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Volume 12, Number 4—April 2006

Letter

HIV-1 CRF07_BC Infections, Injecting Drug Users, Taiwan

Yi-Ming Arthur Chen*Comments to Author , Yu-Ching Lan*, Shu-Fen Lai*, Jyh-Yuan Yang†, Su-Fen Tsai†, and Steve Hsu-Sung Kuo†
Author affiliations: *National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China; †Center for Disease Control, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China

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Phylogenetic analyses of 7 HIV-1 isolates identified in Taiwan. TW-7496, TW-D16, TW-D17, and TW-D22 were collected from detention center inmates; TW-9541 and TW-9539 were collected from a blood donor and 1 of his donation recipients. This neighbor-joining tree was created from 100 bootstrap samples of aligned env sequences corresponding to the 7077–7340 nucleotide residues of HIV-1-HXB2 from different isolates. Bootstrap values are shown on branch nodes. Reference isolates from the GenBank HIV d

Figure. Phylogenetic analyses of 7 HIV-1 isolates identified in Taiwan. TW-7496, TW-D16, TW-D17, and TW-D22 were collected from detention center inmates; TW-9541 and TW-9539 were collected from a blood donor and 1 of his donation recipients. This neighbor-joining tree was created from 100 bootstrap samples of aligned env sequences corresponding to the 7077–7340 nucleotide residues of HIV-1-HXB2 from different isolates. Bootstrap values are shown on branch nodes. Reference isolates from the GenBank HIV database are indicated by subtype.

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