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Exploring HIV Evolution

By Sam S Donovan1, Tony Weisstein2

1. University of Pittsburgh 2. Truman State University

In this activity you will study aspects of sequence evolution by working with a set of HIV sequence data from 15 different subjects (Markham, et al., 1998). You will first learn about the dataset, then study the possible sources of HIV for these...

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In this activity you will study aspects of sequence evolution by working with a set of HIV sequence data from 15 different subjects (Markham, et al., 1998). You will first learn about the dataset, then study the possible sources of HIV for these subjects, and then design and pursue your own research project.

This is an activity / resource that was previously published in the volume: Jungck, J. R., & Stanley, E. D. (Eds.). (2003). Microbes count!: problem posing, problem solving, and peer persuasion in microbiology. BioQUEST Curriculum Consortium.

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