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Reversing HIV Latency Is a Step Towards a Cure

News   Jan 23, 2020 | Original story from the National Institutes of Health.

 
Reversing HIV Latency Is a Step Towards a Cure

When a resting immune cell that is latently infected with HIV gets reactivated, the cell starts producing HIV virions (red) that bud and release from the cell (blue), as shown here. Credit: NIAID.

 
 
 

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