Optimization of a low cost and broadly sensitive genotyping assay for HIV-1 drug resistance surveillance and monitoring in resource-limited settings.. PLoS One, 6: e28184 (2011).

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Title: Optimization of a low cost and broadly sensitive genotyping assay for HIV-1 drug resistance surveillance and monitoring in resource-limited settings.
Authors: Zhou Z, Wagar N, Devos JR, Rottinghaus E, Diallo K, Nguyen DB, Bassey O, Ugbena R, Wadonda-Kabondo N, Mcconnell MS, Zulu I, Chilima B, Nkengasong J, Yang C .
Journal: PLoS One,6:e28184 (2011)

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Citation: Zhou Z, Wagar N, Devos JR, Rottinghaus E, Diallo K, Nguyen DB, Bassey O, Ugbena R, Wadonda-Kabondo N, Mcconnell MS, Zulu I, Chilima B, Nkengasong J, Yang C . Optimization of a low cost and broadly sensitive genotyping assay for HIV-1 drug resistance surveillance and monitoring in resource-limited settings. PLoS One,6:e28184 (2011).


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