Limited cross-border infections in patients newly diagnosed with HIV in Europe
- Autores: Abecasis AB, Albert J, Åsjö B, Balotta C, Beshkov D, Boucher CAB, Camacho RJ, Clotet B, Coughlan S, De Wit S, Frentz D, Griskevicius A, Grossman Z, Hamouda O, Horban A, Jørgensen LB, Kolupajeva T, Korn K, Kostrikis LG, Kücherer C, Liitsola K, Linka M, Nielsen C, Otelea D, Paraskevis D, Paredes R, Poljak M, Puch-hammer-Stöckl E, Schmit JC, Sönnerborg A, Staneková D, Stanojevic M, Struck D, Van de Vijver DAMC, Vandamme AM, Wensing AMJ
- Ano de Publicação: 2013
- Journal: Retrovirology
- Link: http://www.retrovirology.com/content/10/1/36
International travel plays a role in the spread of HIV-1 across Europe. It is, however, not known whether international travel is more important for spread of the epidemic as compared to endogenous infections within single countries. In this study, phylogenetic associations among HIV of newly diagnosed patients were determined across Europe.