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Abstract

Two full-length human immunodeficiency virus type 1 O sequences are described, one of which was hypermutated in all regions of the genome. This indicates that the intracellular [dTTP]/[dCTP] bias conducive to G→A hypermutation may be sustained throughout the synthesis of minus-strand DNA. In turn, this suggests the possibility of mutation of host sequences.

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