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Table 1 G367R + VSV-G reversion in different cell types

From: Identification of an env-defective HIV-1 mutant capable of spontaneous reversion to a wild-type phenotype in certain T-cell lines

Cells and numbers Viruses used and time of appearance of CPE
G367R G367R + VSV-G
CPEa p24 CPE p24
MT2 105 Nob 0 8-12d (3/3)c >600 ng/mld
5×104    9-15d (6/6) >600 ng/ml
104    11-21d (24/24) >600 ng/ml
102    21d (16/16) >600 ng/ml
MT4 105 No 0 14d (2/3) >600 ng/ml
SupT1 104 No 0 21d (6/6) >600 ng/ml
5×102    35d (24/24) >600 ng/ml
PM1 104 No 0 (0/6) 0
  1. Cells were incubated with viruses at 4-fold dilution for 3 hours, washed and resuspended in fresh media, and split into wells at appropriate concentrations.
  2. aCPE = cytopathic effect.
  3. bNo = CPE not observed over 28 days.
  4. cnumber (d = day) represents the time of first appearance of CPE in the last sample analyzed over 28 days. Numbers (in parentheses) designate numbers of wells in which CPE was observed.
  5. devaluated during 28 days after infection. p24 values of CPE negative samples were lower than listed.