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Impilo Dialogues - DoH newsletter


Public database for HIV drug resistance in southern Africa

Impilo Dialogues - DoH newsletter - 2011-06-25

PRETORIA - We would like to draw attention to an HIV-1 drug resistance database, a scientific resource for regional and global HIV research that will enhance surveillance programmes in southern Africa.The database was established by investigators from the Southern African Treatment and Resistance Network (SATuRN), in collaboration with researchers from the United States & Europe. SAT- uRN will provide national de- partments of health with high quality, up-to-date information to guide delivery of antiretroviral ther- apy, helping to ensure the long -term success of antiretroviral treatment programmes.

Links:

http://www.cegaa.org/Issue02IMPILODIALOGUEStakeholderNewsletter25June2011.pdf

Publication cited

Public Database for HIV Drug Resistance in southern Africa. de Oliveira T, Shafer WR, Seebregts C, for SATuRN, Nature (2010), 464(7289):673.

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11th Annual Workshop on Advanced Clinical Care - AIDS (AWACC), Durban, South Africa, 6-7 Sep 2017
From KRISP Training, date: 2017-10-06

X-meeting - 13th International Conference of the AB3C, Sao Pedro, Brazil, Oct 4-6, 2017
From KRISP Training, date: 2017-09-04

22nd International Bioinformatics Workshop on Virus Evolution and Molecular Epidemiology (VEME), Lisbon, Portugal
From KRISP Training, date: 2017-08-27
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