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Table 2 Virological characteristics of HIV controllers

From: Highly divergent patterns of genetic diversity and evolution in proviral quasispecies from HIV controllers

Patient Number of env clones Subtype HIV-1 tropisma π (%) HSN Proportion of unique sequences (%)
PEC02 14 B 100% R5 4.4 0.72 57
PEC52 16 B 100 X4 0.1 0.36 18
PEC30 11 B 55% R5 45% X4 2.9 0.88 81
PEC35 19 F1 100% R5 0.1 0.23 21
PEC38 15 A 100% R5 3.9 0.80 60
PEC39a 14 B 100% R5 4.2 0.97 93
EEC09 12 B 100% R5 0.5 45
21 F1 100% R5 0.2 0.59 38
EEC11a 13 B 100% R5 0.2 0.57 38
EEC42 16 B 100% R5 1.9 1.00 100
EEC17 10 B 100% R5 4.6 0.94 90
EEC18 20 B 95% R5 5% X4 2.7 0.87 75
EEC19 17 B 100% R5 0.6 0.26 23
EEC36 21 B 100% R5 1.9 0.82 62
VC04 24 C 100% R5 4.8 1.00 100
VC05 14 B 100% R5 5.9 0.93 86
VC06a 24 B 100% R5 2.1 0.92 70
5 B 100% R5 0.02 60
VC14 12 F1 100% R5 4.4 0.99 96
VC15 14 B 100% R5 4.4 1.00 100
VC16 21 B 95% R5 5% X4 4.4 1.00 100
VC23 20 C 100% R5 2.5 1.00 100
VC31a 15 B 100% R5 6.4 0.98 93
VC32 17 B 100% R5 3.5 0.98 94
2 F1 100% R5 0.2 100
VC43 17 B 70% R5 30% X4 4.1 0.96 88
  1. aHeterozygous patients for Δ32 CCR5 allele