The actual ancestral HIV entered America long before the storied "Patient Zero," asserts Michael Worobey, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology. The team analyzed blood from five of the first AIDS patients identified in the U.S., all of whom were recent immigrants from Haiti, as well as the genetic sequences from another 117 patients from around the world who were infected with subtype B, the virus strain that has spread most widely.
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