|RNA and DNA
May 1, 2004
what is the differences between RNA and DNA
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
These are two forms of the genetic code. In the case of HIV, HIV exists in the RNA form when it is a free viral particle. Once it gets inside the cell, it changes from RNA to DNA and it moves to the nucleus of a cell and integrates into the host cell DNA.
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