Gp120 and CD4
Feb 5, 2005
How is gp120 able to locate the CD4 receptors located on cells, and by what process?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
There is no homing mechanism. It is more about the number of receptors on cells and the billions of viral particles in blood that make it more a mass action phenomenon.
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