Clade C HIV-1 isolates circulating in Southern Africa exhibit a greater frequency of dicysteine motif-containing Tat variants than those in Southeast Asia and cause increased neurovirulence

Vasudev R. Rao, Ujjwal Neogi, Joshua S. Talboom, Ligia Padilla, Mustafizur Rahman, Cari Fritz-French, Sandra Gonzalez-Ramirez, Anjali Verma, Charles Wood, Ruth M. Ruprecht, Udaykumar Ranga, Tasnim Azim, John Joska, Eliseo Eugenin, Anita Shet, Heather Bimonte-Nelson, William R. Tyor, Vinayaka R. Prasad

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