HIV-1 fitness landscape models for indinavir treatment pressure using observed evolution in longitudinal sequence data are predictive for treatment failure
- Autores: Beheydt G, Bruzzone B, Camacho RJ, De Luca A, Deforche K, Grossman Z, Imbrechts S, Incardona F, Libin P, Pironti A, Rhee SY, Ruiz L, Sangeda RZ, Shafer RW, Sönnerborg A, Theys K, Torti C, Van de Vijver DA, Van Laethem K, Van Wijngaerden E, Vandamme AM, Vercauteren J, Zazzi M
- Journal: Infection Genetics and Evolution
- Link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23523594
We previously modeled the in vivo evolution of human immunodeficiency virus-1 (HIV-1) under drug selective pressure from cross-sectional viral sequences. These fitness landscapes (FLs) were made by using first a Bayesian network (BN) to map epistatic substitutions, followed by scaling the fitness landscape based on an HIV evolution simulator trying to evolve the sequences from treatment naïve patients into sequences from patients failing treatment.