Which Enzyme Enables The Aids Virus To Replicate Within A Host Cell
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Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.Replication capacity is a newer technology from the folks at Virologic. The measure is way of attempting to assess how fit a patient's HIV is and how likely it is to cause pathology. A growing body of evidence suggests... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThe HIV reverse transcriptase enzyme has reverse transcriptase activity that converts the viral HIV RNA to a single strand copy of HIV DNA as well as having DNA-dependent DNA polymerase activity that copies the single DNA strand into another DNA... Read more »
Tufts University School of MedicineMost, but not all, T cell destruction is by HIV itself. In HIV/HCV patients some studies suggest that T cell responses to HIV medicines are not as good as in HIV patients without Hepatitis C. Some have wondered whether chronic hepatitis C may be a... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineGreat question. First, there are CD4+ t cells and monocytes and other cells with CD4 receptors that exist in lymph nodes and other organs, and are not just circulating in the blood. HIV can infect some of these other types of cells and replicate at... Read more »
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Posted by TwinsDad, 2 RepliesMy question is:
Why we Humans do not create a new virus strain that will merge with the original HIV virus and create a different mutation that will replicate until it reaches several mutations that are not bad for our organism or changes the... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAre children with AIDS going to public schools?
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Posted by ashler1977, 1 ReplyExcellent news!
SYDNEY (January 16, 2013) An Australian scientist said Wednesday he had discovered a way to turn the HIV virus against itself in human cells in the laboratory, in an important advance in the quest for an AIDS cure.
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