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CCR5, GPR15, and CXCR6 Are Major Coreceptors of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 2 Variants Isolated from Individuals with and without Plasma Viremia
Blaak, H.; Boers, P. H. M.; Gruters, R. A.; Schuitemaker, H.; van der Ende, M. E.; Osterhaus, A. D. M. E.;
6 Jun 2005
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Proliferation-dependent HIV-1 infection of monocytes occurs during differentiation into macrophages.
Schuitemaker, H; Kootstra, N A; Koppelman, M H; Bruisten, S M; Huisman, H G; Tersmette, M; Miedema, F;
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Macrophage-tropic variants initiate human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection after sexual, parenteral, and vertical transmission.
van't Wout, A B; Kootstra, N A; Mulder-Kampinga, G A; Albrecht-van Lent, N; Scherpbier, H J; Veenstra, J; Boer, K; Coutinho, R A; Miedema, F; Schuitemaker, H;
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HIV-1 macrophage tropism is determined at multiple levels of the viral replication cycle.
Fouchier, R A; Brouwer, M; Kootstra, N A; Huisman, H G; Schuitemaker, H;
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Phenotype-associated env gene variation among eight related human immunodeficiency virus type 1 clones: evidence for in vivo recombination and determinants of cytotropism outside the V3 domain.
Groenink, M; Andeweg, A C; Fouchier, R A; Broersen, S; van der Jagt, R C; Schuitemaker, H; de Goede, R E; Bosch, M L; Huisman, H G; Tersmette, M;
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Phenotype-associated sequence variation in the third variable domain of the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 gp120 molecule.
Fouchier, R A; Groenink, M; Kootstra, N A; Tersmette, M; Huisman, H G; Miedema, F; Schuitemaker, H;
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Interference of interleukin-10 with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 replication in primary monocyte-derived macrophages.
Kootstra, N A; van 't Wout, A; Huisman, H G; Miedema, F; Schuitemaker, H;
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Adaptation to persistent growth in the H9 cell line renders a primary isolate of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 sensitive to neutralization by vaccine sera.
Wrin, T; Loh, T P; Vennari, J C; Schuitemaker, H; Nunberg, J H;
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Selective inhibition of syncytium-inducing and nonsyncytium-inducing HIV-1 variants in individuals receiving didanosine or zidovudine, respectively.
van't Wout, A B; Ran, L J; de Jong, M D; Bakker, M; van Leeuwen, R; Notermans, D W; Loeliger, A E; de Wolf, F; Danner, S A; Reiss, P; Boucher, C A; Lange, J M; Schuitemaker, H;
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Productive HIV-1 infection of macrophages restricted to the cell fraction with proliferative capacity.
Schuitemaker, H; Kootstra, N A; Fouchier, R A; Hooibrink, B; Miedema, F;
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Biological phenotype of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 clones at different stages of infection: progression of disease is associated with a shift from monocytotropic to T-cell-tropic virus population.
Schuitemaker, H; Koot, M; Kootstra, N A; Dercksen, M W; de Goede, R E; van Steenwijk, R P; Lange, J M; Schattenkerk, J K; Miedema, F; Tersmette, M;
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Monocytotropic human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) variants detectable in all stages of HIV-1 infection lack T-cell line tropism and syncytium-inducing ability in primary T-cell culture.
Schuitemaker, H; Kootstra, N A; de Goede, R E; de Wolf, F; Miedema, F; Tersmette, M;
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Simple determination of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 syncytium-inducing V3 genotype by PCR.
Fouchier, R A; Brouwer, M; Broersen, S M; Schuitemaker, H;
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Equal levels of gp120 retention and neutralization resistance of phenotypically distinct primary human immunodeficiency virus type 1 variants upon soluble CD4 treatment.
Groenink, M; Moore, J P; Broersen, S; Schuitemaker, H;
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Relation of phenotype evolution of HIV-1 to envelope V2 configuration
M Groenink; R A Fouchier; S Broersen; C H Baker; M Koot; A B van't Wout; H G Huisman; F Miedema; M Tersmette; H Schuitemaker;
4 Jun 1993   /  Science, 260 (5113), 1513-6
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Envelope V2 configuration and HIV-1 phenotype: clarification
H Schuitemaker; R A Fouchier; S Broersen; M Groenink; M Koot; A B van 't Wout; H G Huisman; M Tersmette; F Miedema;
7 Apr 1995   /  Science, 268 (5207), 115
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HIV tropism
H Schuitemaker; M Groenink; M Tersmette; F Miedema;
28 Jan 1993   /  Nature, 361 (6410), 310
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A new classification for HIV-1
E A Berger; R W Doms; E M Fenyö; B T Korber; D R Littman; J P Moore; Q J Sattentau; H Schuitemaker; J Sodroski; R A Weiss;
15 Jan 1998   /  Nature, 391 (6664), 240
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In Vivo Evolution of X4 Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Variants in the Natural Course of Infection Coincides with Decreasing Sensitivity to CXCR4 Antagonists
Stalmeijer, Evelien H. B.; van Rij, Ronald P.; Boeser-Nunnink, Brigitte; Visser, Janny A.; Naarding, Marloes A.; Schols, Dominique; Schuitemaker, Hanneke;
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Differential Transmission of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 by Distinct Subsets of Effector Dendritic Cells
Sanders, Rogier W.; de Jong, Esther C.; Baldwin, Christopher E.; Schuitemaker, Joost H. N.; Kapsenberg, Martien L.; Berkhout, Ben;
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