First Look Inside HIV’s Coating Reveals Vulnerabilities and Potential Cure for AIDS, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Study
5/30/2013 7:56:03 AM
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The first details of HIV's inner coat could hold clues for future drugs that may no longer target the virus, but instead will attack the protective shell that encases it. The findings, published in the May 30 issue of Nature, take a closer look at the 4-million-atom structure of HIV's protein shell, also known as the capsid.
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