AIDS and the Immune System

  • Published 2002


In order to understand AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome), we need to discuss two major biological phenomena: the virus that causes AIDS, known as human immunodeficiency virus, HIV, and the cells in the immune system that are by HIV. Only when both are described does the disease begin to make sense. We begin by extending our earlier description of how the immune system works and then examining the details of the life cycle of .

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@inproceedings{2002AIDSAT, title={AIDS and the Immune System}, author={}, year={2002} }