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HIV phylogentic phylogeny

Chee Kuan Kwei, David Lewis, Keith King, William Donohue, Brett Neilan
Cyanobacterial strains of the genus Spirulina have recently been identified as an excellent source of sulfolipids, some of which possess anti-HIV properties. Thus, to investigate the distribution of sufolipid biosynthesis pathways in Spirulina, a genetic screening/phylogentic study was performed. Five different strains of Spirulina [Spirulina (Jiangmen), Spirulina sp., S. platensis, S. maxima, and Spirulina seawater] sourced from different locations were initially classified via 16S rDNA sequencing, and then screened for the presence of the sulfolipid biosynthesis genes sqdB and sqdX via a PCR...
April 2011: Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology
Sabri Saeed Sanabani, Evelyn Regina de Souza Pastena, Walter Kleine Neto, Vanessa Pouza Martinez, Ester Cerdeira Sabino
BACKGROUND: HIV circulating recombinant forms (CRFs) play an important role in the global and regional HIV epidemics, particularly in regions where multiple subtypes are circulating. To date, several (>40) CRFs are recognized worldwide with five currently circulating in Brazil. Here, we report the characterization of near full-length genome sequences (NFLG) of six phylogenetically related HIV-1 BF1 intersubtype recombinants (five from this study and one from other published sequences) representing CRF46_BF1...
2010: Virology Journal
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