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28811663 Show samples for pubmed id 28811663Monitoring Molecular Response in Adult T-cell Leukemia/Lymphoma by High-Throughput Sequencing Clonality Analysis..Artesi, M et al.Leukemia2017 
31217357 Show samples for pubmed id 31217357Clones of infected cells arise early in HIV-infected individualsCoffin, JM et al.JCI Insight2019 
24735963 Show samples for pubmed id 24735963The role of HTLV-1 clonality, proviral structure, and genomic integration site in adult T-cell leukemiaCook, LB et al.Blood2014 
24501411 Show samples for pubmed id 24501411Enhancers are major targets for murine leukemia virus vector integrationDe Ravin, SS et al.J Virol2014 
30688658 Show samples for pubmed id 30688658Intact HIV-1 proviruses accumulate at distinct chromosomal positions during prolonged antiretroviral therapyEinkauf, Kevin et al.JCI2019sites mapped to hg38 by authors, liftover to hg19 by RID. Patient2, site 21 not found in hg19
31291371 Show samples for pubmed id 31291371Clonal expansion of SIV-infected cells in macaques on antiretroviral therapy is similar to that of HIV-infected cells in humansFerris, AL et al.PLoS Pathog.2019 
29186194 Show samples for pubmed id 29186194Human T-cell leukemia virus type 1 infects multiple lineage hematopoietic cells in vivoFuruta, R et al.Plos Pathog2017integration sites were mapped to hg38 by the authors. To make it consistent with RID, the sites have been converted to hg19. 137 sites were not found in hg19
15163705 Show samples for pubmed id 15163705Resting CD4+ T cells from human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1)-infected individuals carry integrated HIV-1 genomes within actively transcribed host genesHan, Y et al.J Virol2004 
17262715 Show samples for pubmed id 17262715Recurrent HIV-1 integration at the BACH2 locus in resting CD4+ T cell populations during effective highly active antiretroviral therapyIkeda, T et al.J Infect Dis.2007 
244649977 Show samples for pubmed id 244649977MLV integration site selection is driven by strong enhancers and active promotersLaFave, MC et al.Nucleic Acids Res2014 
12843741 Show samples for pubmed id 12843741HIV insertions within and proximal to host cell genes are a common finding in tissues containing high levels of HIV DNA and macrophage-associated p24 antigen expressionMack, KD et al.J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr.2003 
24968937 Show samples for pubmed id 24968937Specific HIV integration sites are linked to clonal expansion and persistence of infected cellsMaldarelli, Frank et al.Science2014 
29099869 Show samples for pubmed id 29099869Selection for avian leukosis virus integration sites determines the clonal progression of B-cell lymphomasMalhotra, S et al.PLoS Pathog.2017 
31361603 Show samples for pubmed id 31361603HIV-1 in Lymph Nodes is Maintained by Cellular Proliferation During ARTMcManus, W et al.JCI2019 
30857886 Show samples for pubmed id 30857886Identifying integration sites of the HIV-1 genome with intact and aberrant ends through deep sequencingOde, H et al.J Virol Methods2019Patients P1 to P8 are the same as Maldarelli F. et. al., 2014, Science, 345:179-83
27095295 Show samples for pubmed id 27095295Transcriptional, epigenetic and retroviral signatures identify regulatory regions involved in hematopoietic lineage commitmentRomano, O et al.Sci Rep2016 
30024859 Show samples for pubmed id 30024859HIV-1 proviral landscapes distinguish posttreatment controllers from noncontrollersSharaf, Radwa et al.JCI2018 
23953889 Show samples for pubmed id 23953889HIV latency and integration site placement in five cell-based modelsSherrill-Mix, S et al.Retrovirology2013 
26545813 Show samples for pubmed id 26545813LEDGF/p75 interacts with mRNA splicing factors and targets HIV-1 integration to highly spliced genesSingh, PK et al.Genes Dev.2015 
SRP065157 Show samples for pubmed id SRP065157direct submission to Genbank SRP065157 by Parmit Kumar Singh, Andrea Ferris, Stephen H. Hughes and Henry L. LevinSingh, PK et al.NA2015 
26912621 Show samples for pubmed id 26912621HIV Integration Site Analysis of Cellular Models of HIV Latency with a Probe-Enriched Next-Generation Sequencing AssaySunshine, S et al.J Virol.2016 
25011556 Show samples for pubmed id 25011556HIV latency. Proliferation of cells with HIV integrated into cancer genes contributes to persistent infectionWagner, TA et al.Science2014 
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