Published in AIDS Weekly, February 24th, 2003
"The expression levels of similar to 4,600 cellular RNA transcripts were assessed in CD4+ T-cell lines at different times after infection with human immunodeficiency virus type 1 strain BRU (HIV-1(BRU)) using DNA microarrays," wrote A. B. van 't Wout and colleagues, who "found that several classes of genes were inhibited by HIV-1(BRU) infection, consistent with the G2 arrest of HIV-1-infected cells induced by Vpr."
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