Published in AIDS Weekly, May 11th, 2009
"Here, we show that T cells stimulated for 1 day demonstrated delayed kinetics of viral reverse transcription and integration compared to cells stimulated for 2 days prior to infection. As a result, the efficiency of reverse transcription and integration inhibitors differs in these differentially stimulated cells," wrote D.N. Vatakis and colleagues.
The researchers concluded: "These studies increase our understanding of how T cells support viral replication and...
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