Uptake and binding of liposomal 2',3'-dideoxycytidine by RAW 264.7 cells: a three-step process.

Abstract

It was recently reported that the sequestration of virus by macrophages in reticuloendothelial system organs, such as lymph nodes, is possibly responsible for the clinical latency of disease in asymptomatic HIV-infected patients. Since macrophages may sequester HIV after phagocytosis, and because phagocytosis is a specialized function of any mammalian… (More)

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