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How HIV is Shielded from Immune Attack

News   Jul 11, 2018 | Original Story from the University of New South Wales - Sydney.

 
How HIV is Shielded from Immune Attack

Inositol hexakisphosphate fits into the pore structures (pink) of the HIV capsid (teal), and makes the makes the capsid stronger, protecting the genetic material inside. Credit: University of New South Wales.

 
 
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