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Table 2 Frequencies of CCR2-CCR5 polymorphisms among HIV-1 serodiscordant couples, index partners, and HIV-1 exposed seronegative partners

From: Association of chemokine receptor gene (CCR2-CCR5) haplotypes with acquisition and control of HIV-1 infection in Zambians

    HESNa partners
  All (N = 1134) Index partners (N = 567) All (N = 567) Seroconverters (N = 240) Uninfected (N = 327)
Haplotype N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%)
HHA 601 (26.5) 305 (26.9) 296 (26.1) 133 (27.7) 163 (24.9)
HHB 44 (1.9) 25 (2.2) 19 (1.7) 8 (1.7) 11 (1.7)
HHC 178 (7.9) 69 (6.1) 109 (9.6) 42 (8.8) 67 (10.2)
HHD 370 (16.3 190 (16.8) 180 (15.9) 75 (15.6) 105 (16.1)
HHE 310 (13.7) 138 (12.2) 172 (15.2) 61 (12.7) 111 (17.0)
HHF*1 128 (5.6) 76 (6.7) 52 (4.6) 24 (5.0) 28 (4.3)
HHF*2 480 (21.2) 259 (22.8) 221 (19.5) 99 (20.6) 122 (18.7)
HHG*1 157 (6.9) 72 (6.4) 85 (7.5) 38 (7.9) 47 (7.2)
HWE:Pb 0.0001 0.0001 0.267 0.024 0.160
  1. a HESN = HIV-1 exposed seronegative
  2. b P values for tests of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium in each of the patient groups.