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Brain Cells Act as a Harbor for HIV

News   Jun 12, 2020 | Original story from the National Institutes of Health

 
Brain Cells Act as a Harbor for HIV

This digitally colorized scanning electron microscopic (SEM) image, depicts a single, red-colored, H9-T cell that had been infected by numerous, spheroid shaped, mustard-colored human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) particles, which can be seen attached to the cell's surface membrane. Credit: NIAID

 
 
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