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Volume 10, Number 7—July 2004

Research

Recombinant Viruses and Early Global HIV-1 Epidemic

Marcia L. Kalish*Comments to Author , Kenneth E. Robbins*, Danuta Pieniazek*, Amanda Schaefer*, Nzila Nzilambi†, Thomas C. Quinn†‡, Michael E. St. Louis*†, Ae S. Youngpairoj*, Jonathan Phillips*, Harold W. Jaffe*, and Thomas M. Folks*
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †Project SIDA, Kinshasa, Zaire; ‡National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

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Table 2

Subtypes of unique recombinant viruses shown in Figure 2.

Specific gene region
Virusesa P17 C2V3C3 Gp41
n = 2 D F1 F1
G A A
? H A
A H G
A G G
A A G
n = 2 A G
? G
A H H
A A ?
? ? ?
C C ?
A ?
F1 A ?
A ? A
n = 3 A ? A
n = 2 J ? ?

aExcept where noted, each row represents a single virus.

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