Antivirogram

Antivirogram

Virology A diagnostic system that evaluates HIV resistance to antiretrovirals, allowing optimal treatment of HIV/AIDS Pts. See Antiviral.
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A direct comparison of drug susceptibility to HW Type 1 from antiretroviral experienced subjects as assessed by the antivirogram and phenosense assays and by seven resistance algorithms.
Using the Antivirogram assay (Virco, Belgium) phenotypic resistance to lamivudine, emtricitabine, abacavir, didanosine and tenofovir was observed, with preserved susceptibility to zidovudine and stavudine (Table 3).
1 (a) Antivirogram biological cut-off; (b) VircoTYPE HIV-1 lower and upper clinical cut-off; NA, not available.
Commercially available phenotypic assays include: Antivirogram (Virco), PhenoSense (Monogram), and Phenoscript (Viralliance).
49-50) One recently published study concluded that the PhenoSense assay is more precise than the Antivirogram assay and superior at detecting resistance to certain NRTIs (abacavir, didanosine, and stavudine).
A direct comparison of drug susceptibility to HIV type 1 from antiretroviral experienced subjects as assessed by the antivirogram and Phenosense assays and by seven resistance algorithms.
Comparison of the precision and sensitivity of the antivirogram and phenosense HIV drug susceptibility assays.
Antivirogram or phenosense: a comparison of their reproducibility and an analysis of their correlation.
Genotipificacion Hibridizacion Imno-Lipa HIV Versant/Bayer Genotipificacion nucleosides Imno-Lipa HIV Versant/Bayer Genotipificacion protease Imno-Lipa HIV Versant/Bayer Genotipificacion non-nucleosides Imno-Lipa HIV Versant/Bayer Genotipificacion MultiDrug Resistance HIV PRT-440 ("GeneChip") Affimetrix Genotipificacion Virus Antivirogram Virco Fenotipificacion Recombinantes Phenosense Virologic Inc.
Therefore, a biological cut-off for tenofovir was set at three-fold for the Antivirogram.
Antivirogram is currently available in the United States via Laboratory Corporation of American Holdings (LabCorp).