Coreceptors--Implications for HIV Pathogenesis and Therapy

@inproceedings{Moore1997CoreceptorsImplicationsFH,
  title={Coreceptors--Implications for HIV Pathogenesis and Therapy},
  author={J. Moore},
  booktitle={Science},
  year={1997}
}
  • J. Moore
  • Published in Science 1997
  • Biology, Medicine
Last year, the second of the two receptors that HIV uses to enter and infect human cells was identified. In his Perspective, Moore discusses the resulting revolution in thought about how these coreceptor molecules can influence the progress of AIDS and what their existence means for future therapies. 
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