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Volume 28, Number 4—April 2022

Phylogenetic Analysis of Spread of Hepatitis C Virus Identified during HIV Outbreak Investigation, Unnao, India

Arati Mane, Sunitha Manjari Kasibhatla, Pallavi Vidhate, Vandana Saxena, Sandip Patil, Amrita Rao, Amit Nirmalkar, Urmila Kulkarni-Kale, and Samiran PandaComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Indian Council of Medical Research–National AIDS Research Institute, Pune, India (A. Mane, P. Vidhate, V. Saxena, S. Patil, A. Rao, A, Nirmalkar, S. Panda); Savitribai Phule Pune University Bioinformatics Centre, Pune (S.M. Kasibhatla, U. Kulkarni-Kale); Centre for Development of Advanced Computing High Performance Computing–Medical and Bioinformatics Applications Group, Pune (S.M. Kasibhatla); Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, India (S. Panda)

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Table 2

Viral load among HCV antibody–positive persons identified during HIV outbreak investigation, by HIV serostatus, Unnao, India*

Category Viral load, log IU/mL, + SD p value
Persons with HCV monoinfection 5.46 + 1.09 0.07†
Persons with HIV–HCV co-infection
5.93 + 0.91

Persons with undetectable HIV-1 viral load 5.85 ± 0.76 0.65‡
Persons with detectable HIV-1 viral load 6.06 + 1.15

*HCV, hepatitis C virus. †For comparison between HCV monoinfection and HIV–HCV co-infection. ‡For comparison between undetectable and detectable HIV-1 viral load.

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