Mullins Molecular Retrovirology Lab

  • Department of Microbiology
  • School of Medicine
  • University of Washington
University of Washington/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research

Citation Information

Curlin ME, Zioni R, Hawes SE, Liu Y, Deng W, Gottlieb GS, Zhu T, Mullins JI 2009 HIV-1 envelope subregion length variation during disease progression

Supplemental Data

Supplemental Figures

Reanalysis of V1V2 length data presented by Chohan et al.

An apparent relationship between V1V2 length and stage of illness in HIV-1 subtype B infection is revealed by distinguishing between subjects with chronic stable disease and AIDS. Note that in the reanalysis presented in panel B, only sequences from subjects with a reported AIDS diagnoses have been removed from the chronic disease group. In some instances, subjects with AIDS may nevertheless be included in this group if clinical status was not reported, thereby reducing the apparent difference in mean V1V2 length between subjects.