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Capturing How HIV Drugs Work at an Atomic Level

News   Jan 31, 2020 | Original story from Salk Institute

 
Capturing How HIV Drugs Work at an Atomic Level

This illustration depicts the molecular structure of an HIV drug known as an INSTI binding to key sites on the intasome (yellow), the viral machine that allows HIV to invade cells. Credit: Salk Institute

 
 
 

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