Summary table of information available on the subjects studied in Markham et. al (1998).
 

Subject

Total Number of Visits
Total Number of Clones
Visit Number
Number of Clones
CD4 Count1
1
3
42
1
13
464
2
16
305
5
13
15
2
32
24
1
6
715
3
9
825
4
9
830
3
5
39
1
4
819
3
10
375
4
9
265
5
10
100
6
6
45
4
4
47
1
3
1028
2
13
710
3
18
470
4
13
135
5
5
43
1
8
749
2
12
770
3
11
650
4
7
550
5
5
700
6
7
54
1
3
405
2
3
225
3
9
350
4
12
390
5
9
475
7
9
400
9
9
560
7
5
43
1
10
1072
2
7
735
3
8
330
4
9
270
5
9
310
8
7
49
1
5
538
2
5
800
3
7
605
4
6
510
5
6
625
6
10
515
7
10
250
9
8
64
1
5
489
2
5
485
3
8
440
4
11
370
5
9
365
6
8
665
7
10
555
8
8
270
10
5
49
1
7
833
2
6
850
4
16
420
5
10
150
6
10
15
11
4
32
1
7
753
2
6
600
3
10
270
4
9
175
12
6
37
1
4
772
2
4
780
3
5
1285
4
6
1030
5
10
1395
8
8
850
13
5
26
1
4
671
2
2
825
3
7
835
4
7
770
5
6
975
14
9
77
1
6
523
2
6
580
3
6
570
4
10
595
5
7
460
6
11
420
7
10
460
8
9
450
9
12
350
15
4
40
1
12
707
2
9
250
3
9
75
4
10
15
1 The CD4 count for time 1 is reported in Table 1. of Markham et. al (1998), the others values are estimated from the Figure 1. of the same publication.

2 The paper reports 5 visits for subject 2, only 3 visits were identified in the GenBank records.

NOTE: Some of the visit numbers are not sequential. In all cases visit 1 represents the first time the subject was evaluated. The subsequent time points (visits 2 through 9) represent six month intervals from the initial visit. Thus, if a subject missed their six-month appointment their visits would be numbered 1, 3, 4, etc.