Fig. 1: Density distributions for log10 viral load at diagnosis by network clustering. | Nature Communications

Fig. 1: Density distributions for log10 viral load at diagnosis by network clustering.

From: Natural selection favoring more transmissible HIV detected in United States molecular transmission network

Fig. 1

Viral loads (copies/ml) for individuals with a stage 0, b stage 1, c stage 2, and d stage 3 infection at diagnosis are displayed separately. Viral loads (copies/ml) from individuals who clustered in the network shown in red; individuals who are not clustered in the network shown in blue; overlap shown in purple. Median values are depicted as dashed lines.

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