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Controlling HIV Infection by Reprogramming Immune Cells

News   Jul 15, 2019 | Original story from the Pasteur Institute.

 
Controlling HIV Infection by Reprogramming Immune Cells

CD8 lymphocytes (red) of HIV controller patients in contact with CD4 cells (green) infected with HIV. The cell nuclei are in blue. In pink, a cytotoxic molecule secreted by CD8 cells to destroy CD4 cells. Credit: Anastassia Mikhailova / Institut Pasteur.

 
 
 

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