Human immunodeficiency viruses appear compartmentalized to the female genital tract in cross-sectional analyses but genital lineages do not persist over time

Marta E. Bull, Laura M. Heath, Jennifer L. McKernan-Mullin, Kelli M. Kraft, Luis Acevedo, Jane E. Hitti, Susan E. Cohn, Kenneth A. Tapia, Sarah E. Holte, Joan A. Dragavon, Robert W. Coombs, James I. Mullins, Lisa M. Frenkel*

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