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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
human immunodeficiency virus type 2
(413 times)
(169 times)
HIV-1 (51 times)
SIV (44 times)
AIDS (19 times)
1987 The specificity of the human immunodeficiency virus type 2 transactivator is different from that of human immunodeficiency virus type 1.
HIV type 2
(38 times)
(10 times)
HIV-1 (20 times)
HIV (16 times)
SIV (7 times)
1989 Structure, sequence, and position of the stem-loop in tar determine transcriptional elongation by tat through the HIV-1 long terminal repeat.
(2 times)
(1 time)
SIV (2 times)
HEC (1 time)
HIV (1 time)
1988 Genetic variability between isolates of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 2 is comparable to the variability among HIV type 1.
anti-HIV-1/HIV type 2
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(1 time)
EIA (1 time)
HIV (1 time)
HIV-1 (1 time)
1996 Frequency of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection among contemporary anti-HIV-1 and anti-HIV-1/2 supplemental test-indeterminate blood donors. The Retrovirus Epidemiology Donor Study.
HIV-2 were tested on their homologous
(1 time)
(1 time)
LTRs (1 time)
TARs (1 time)
1993 Second exon of Tat of HIV-2 is required for optimal trans-activation of HIV-1 and HIV-2 LTRs.
(1 time)
(1 time)
HIV-1 (2 times)
Env (1 time)
RIPA (1 time)
1990 Envelope cross-reactivity between human immunodeficiency virus types 1 and 2 detected by different serological methods: correlation between cross-neutralization and reactivity against the main neutralizing site.
(1 time)
(1 time)
LTR (1 time)
Tat (1 time)
1987 New human and simian HIV-related retroviruses possess functional transactivator (tat) gene.
SIVsm-SIVmac-human immunodeficiency virus type 2
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(1 time)
--- 1998 Simian immunodeficiency virus replicates to high levels in sooty mangabeys without inducing disease.