Table 1 HIV monoinfected (n = 75) and HIV/HBV or HIV/HCV coinfected (n = 34) patients’ characteristics included in the analysis.

From: HIV Reverse Transcriptase and Protease Genes Variability Can Be a Biomarker Associated with HIV and Hepatitis B or C Coinfection

Characteristics G1 (N = 75) G2 (N = 34)
Age, years [median (IQR)]* 43.0 (38.0–50.5) 43.5 (39.0–48.7)
Sex, Male [N (%)]* 44.0 (58.67) 24.0 (70.59)
HIV Viral Load* [N (%)]
 Lower 10,000 RNA copies/mL
 Higher 10,000 RNA copies/mL
24.0 (32.00)
51.0 (68.00)
19.0 (29.4)
15.0 (73.5)
TCD4 cells count*
Lower 250 cells/mm3
Higher 250 cells/mm3
51.0 (68.00)
24.0 (32.00)
16.0 (47.1)
18.0 (52.9)
Aids Presence**
 Yes
 No
44.0 (58.67)
31.0 (41.33)
26.0 (76.5)
08.0 (23.5)
Subtipo HIV***
 B pure
 Non B
54.0 (72.0)
21.0 (28.0)
29.0 (85.3)
05.0 (14.7)
  1. HIV: Human Immunodeficiency Virus; HBV: Hepatitis B Virus; HCV: Hepatitis C Virus; IQR: interquartile range. *Information according patients’ medical records. **According CDC classification (SELIK, 2014). ***Subtype according protease (PR) and reverse transcriptase (RT) genes. B pure is subtype B in PR and RT genes; non-B is subtype F or B recombinant with other subtypes.