Last Posted: Nov 15, 2018
- South African dyslipidaemia guideline consensus statement: 2018 update A joint statement from the South African Heart Association (SA Heart) and the Lipid and Atherosclerosis Society of Southern Africa (LASSA).
Klug E et al. South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde 2018 Oct 108(11b) 973-1000
- Characterisation of HIV-1 transmission clusters and drug-resistant mutations in Denmark, 2004 to 2016.
Petersen Andreas et al. Euro surveillance : bulletin Europeen sur les maladies transmissibles = European communicable disease bulletin 2018 Nov (44)
- Clinical and genetic factors associated with increased risk of severe liver toxicity in a monocentric cohort of HIV positive patients receiving nevirapine-based antiretroviral therapy.
Giacomelli Andrea et al. BMC infectious diseases 2018 Nov 18(1) 556
- Increasing proportions of HIV-1 non-B subtypes and of NNRTI resistance between 2013 and 2016 in Germany: Results from the national molecular surveillance of new HIV-diagnoses.
Hauser Andrea et al. PloS one 2018 (11) e0206234
- Estimating effects of HIV sequencing data completeness on transmission network patterns and detection of growing HIV transmission clusters.
Dasgupta Sharoda et al. AIDS research and human retroviruses 2018 Nov
- Metagenomic sequencing of HIV-1 in the blood and female genital tract reveals little quasispecies diversity during acute infection.
Piantadosi Anne et al. Journal of virology 2018 Oct
- A new mechanism of resistance of HIV-2 to integrase inhibitors: a 5 amino-acids insertion in the integrase C-terminal domain.
Le Hingrat Quentin et al. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America 2018 Nov
- Bioinformatic data processing pipelines in support of next-generation sequencing-based HIV drug resistance testing: the Winnipeg Consensus.
Ji Hezhao et al. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2018 Oct (10) e25193
- Microbiome dataset from the upper respiratory tract of patients living with HIV, HIV/TB and TB from Myanmar.
Htun Kyaw Soe et al. Data in brief 2018 Dec 354-357
- The First Genome Surgeons- Scientists have built tools that can cheaply and easily edit DNA. Now they are preparing to bring them into the clinic to cure disease.
A Bleicher, the Medium, October 23, 2018