Published in AIDS Weekly, November 12th, 2001
The researchers suspect that this high pressure helps the virus spurt its DNA into a cell once it has latched onto the surface. Once the DNA gets inside, it begins retooling the cell to manufacture new viruses. The process eventually kills the cell, but not before generating thousands more viruses to spread the infection.
Such tight packing is achieved by one of the most powerful molecular motors ever...
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