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Feb 15, 2009

The HIV is a retrovirus. Please can you tell me what sub-family it belongs to (Oncovirinae, Lentivirinae or spumavirinae)? Also, can you direct me to a website or study where I can see the electron microscopy of the HIV virus and not the computerised or artist's impression? Thank you

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Retroviridae - Orthoretroviridae (subfamily) - Lentiviruses - HIV.

Try this:http://www.avac.org/pdf/primer2/AVH_CH03.pdf.



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