Different Regions of HIV-1 Subtype C env Are Associated with Placental Localization and In Utero Mother-to-Child Transmission
Surender B Kumar, Samuel K Handelman, Igor Voronkin, Victor Mwapasa, Daniel Janies, Stephen J Rogerson, Steven R Meshnick, Jesse J Kwiek
Journal of Virology | AMER SOC MICROBIOLOGY | Published : 2011
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This project was supported in part by NIH grants K99-HD056586 and R00HD056586 to J.J.K. and R01-AI49084 and R21-AI065369 to S.R.M. S.J.R. was supported by Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellowship number 063215. We acknowledge that this material is based upon work supported by, or in part by, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and Office under grant number W911NF-05-1-0271 (D.J.). This material is also based upon work partially supported by the OSU Mathematical Biosciences Institute (National Science Foundation grant 0635561 to S. K. H.).