Second generation imaging of nuclear/cytoplasmic HIV-1 complexes.


The ability to visualize fluorescent HIV-1 particles within the nuclei of infected cells represents an attractive tool to study the nuclear biology of the virus. To this aim we recently developed a microscopy-based fluorescent system (HIV-IN-EGFP) that has proven valid to efficiently visualize HIV-1 complexes in the nuclear compartment and to examine the… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/AID.2013.0277


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