Mar 25, 2006
What does it mean to have a M36I mutation in the Protease Inhibitors? Is that evidence of resistance??
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
By itself it does not reflect protease inhibitor resistance. The mutation can be present in the absence of ever having had any PI treatment.
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