The human immunodeficiency virus type 1 envelope confers higher rates of replicative fitness to perinatally transmitted viruses than to nontransmitted viruses

Xiaohong Kong, John T. West, Hong Zhang, Danielle M. Shea, Tendai J. M'soka, Charles Wood

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