Missing Clue to How HIV Hacks Cells to Propagate Itself Found

News   Nov 10, 2017 | Original story from the University of Chicago

 
Missing Clue to How HIV Hacks Cells to Propagate Itself Found

UChicago scientists modeled how the HIV protein Gag is involved in forcing a victim’s cell to make a capsule of HIV to infect other cells, a process called “budding.” Credit: Gregory Voth

 
 
 

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