Sep 4, 2005
What are co-receptors? What is their significance in HIV infection?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Coreceptors are molecules on the surface of a cell, in addition to CD4, that HIV requires to lock onto a cell in order to gain entry and infect the cell.
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