Hopkins-Led Team Developing High-Resolution Melting Assay for HIV Diversity Analysis | GenomeWeb

Researchers from several institutions have developed a high-resolution melting assay that can provide measurements of HIV diversity that are highly concordant with equivalent sequencing-based measurements at a fraction of the cost.

The group believes that the HRM approach, which uses melt-curve analysis technology from Idaho Technology, offers a promising way to assess common measures of the diversity and complexity of HIV infections in cases where full sequence data is unnecessary and time and cost are considerations.

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