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E157Q integrase strand-transfer inhibitor substitution in patients with acute/recent HIV infection.

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Summary of "E157Q integrase strand-transfer inhibitor substitution in patients with acute/recent HIV infection."

Integrase strand-transfer inhibitor (InSTI)-based regimens are the preferred combinations for naïve HIV-infected individuals. Polymorphic substitutions that reduce InSTIs activity have been described, with E157Q being one of the most frequently found. This study aimed to evaluate the prevalence of E157Q substitution in newly diagnosed acute/recent HIV cases and the presence of transmission clusters.

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Name: AIDS (London, England)
ISSN: 1473-5571
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