Published in AIDS Weekly, September 26th, 2005
"Viruses frequently render cells refractory to subsequent infection with the same virus. This state of superinfection immunity counteracts potentially detrimental consequences for the infected cell and facilitates high-level replication and viral spread in the host.
"In this context," said the authors, "we identify the downregulation of cell-surface CCR5, the major...
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