|what is cell-free?
Feb 16, 2003
Dear Dr Holodniy,
Could you please explain the difference between cell-free HIV and cell-associated HIV?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Cell free means viral particles in the blood plasma or other body fluids. Cell associated means HIV viral particles, proteins, RNA or integrated DNA inside cells.
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