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Table 1 Viral variations in the different mother and infant populations

From: Evolution of subtype C HIV-1 Env in a slowly progressing Zambian infant

Sample n H Nuc AA PNGS L
Infant at birth 48 26 2 (0 – 7) 1 (0 – 5) 15 (14 – 15) 183 (183 – 183)
Infant 6 months 29 23 4 (0 – 11) 3 (0 – 9) 14 (13 – 15) 183 (175 – 183)
Infant 12 months 27 24 6 (0 – 15) 4 (0 – 11) 13 (13 – 15) 174 (174 – 183)
Infant 18 months 51 38 15 (0 – 29) 11 (0 – 23) 14 (13 – 15) 179 (175 – 183)
Infant 24 months 37 36 14 (1 – 21) 11 (0 – 18) 12 (11 – 16) 177 (174 – 183)
Infant 29 months 28 27 16 (1 – 26) 12 (0 – 19) 12.5 (11 – 15) 182 (173 – 183)
Infant 36 months 26 24 13 (0 – 27) 8 (0 – 19) 12 (10 – 14) 176 (173 – 183)
Infant 48 months 25 25 25 (2 – 37) 16 (2 – 26) 13 (12 – 14) 182 (176 – 185)
Infant 67 months 32 24 35 (0 – 57) 24 (0 – 37) 13 (12 – 15) 183 (180 – 185)
Mother at delivery 26 20 5 (1 – 10) 3 (0 – 7) 15 (14 – 15) 183 (183 – 183)
Mother 12 months 32 31 8 (1 – 23) 5 (0 – 13) 15 (13 – 15) 183 (183 – 183)
Mother 18 months 33 17 5 (0 – 13) 2 (0 – 9) 15 (13 – 15) 183 (183 – 183)
Mother 24 months 32 18 2 (0 – 7) 1 (0 – 5) 14 (13 – 14) 183 (183 – 183)
  1. Number of samples per timepoint (n); number of unique haplotypes (H); number of nucleotide differences (nuc) as median (min-max); number of amino acid differences (AA) as median (min-max); number of putative N linked glycosylation sites (PGNS) as median (min-max), and sequence length in codons (L) as median (min – max).