PANGEA-HIV: phylogenetics for generalised epidemics in Africa. Lancet Infect Dis., 15(3): 259-61 (2015).

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Title: PANGEA-HIV: phylogenetics for generalised epidemics in Africa
Authors: Pillay D, Herbeck J, Cohen MS, de Oliveira T, Fraser C, Ratmann O, Brown A-L, Kellam P, on behalf of the PANGEA-HIV Consortium.
Journal: Lancet Infect Dis.,15(3):259-61 (2015)

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Abstract

The Phylogenetics and Networks for Generalized HIV Epidemics in Africa consortium (PANGEA-HIV) is an international partnership to use viral sequence analyses to assess the transmission of HIV in Africa. The aims of PANGEA-HIV include to sequence 20 000 total HIV genomes from several African study sites, with every genome sequence linked to clinical, demographic, and epidemiological data; and to direct the development of phylogenetic methods to address key challenges and opportunities in measuring, understanding, and controlling HIV transmission in generalised epidemics.

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Citation: Pillay D, Herbeck J, Cohen MS, de Oliveira T, Fraser C, Ratmann O, Brown A-L, Kellam P, on behalf of the PANGEA-HIV Consortium. PANGEA-HIV: phylogenetics for generalised epidemics in Africa Lancet Infect Dis.,15(3):259-61 (2015).


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