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Table 5 Prevalence of polymorphic compensatory mutations in subtype B protease

From: Treatment-associated polymorphisms in protease are significantly associated with higher viral load and lower CD4 count in newly diagnosed drug-naive HIV-1 infected patients

Mut % n Mut % n
10I 10.02 160 60E 9.2 147
10V 2.76 44 62V 32.75 523
13V 17.09 273 63P 58.42 933
20I 0.13 2 71T 9.58 153
20M 0.69 11 71V 7.2 115
20R 3.44 55 77I 32.19 514
36I 17.72 283 93L 42.45 678
  1. The prevalence of known polymorphic compensatory mutations [21] in the subtype B study population is shown as percentages (%) and absolute count (n).