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Abstract

Changes in co-receptor-use by human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) strains are relatively rare . Here we describe two variants derived from the CCR5-using strain SF162, selected for replication in the C8166 T-cell line. Amino acid substitutions in the V3 loop conferred CXCR4-use; however, the loss of macrophage-tropism by one variant was due to a single mutation in the start codon of . We discuss how V3 loop and mutations acquired by replication in T-cell lines correlate with similar changes reported for primary isolates and HIV-1 sequences .

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