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RW Doms, SC Peiper - Virology, 1997 - Elsevier
The human immunodeficiency virus Type 1 (HIV-1) rep- despite apparently normal CD4
processing and expression (Ashorn et al., 1990; Clapham et al., 1991; Maddon resents a
significant pathologic adversary. Despite the limited size of its genome, this virus encodes
an array et al., 1986). This species restriction is at the level of virus entry and can be rescued
by the formation of polykaryons of proteins that confer a wide repertoire of pathogenic
mechanisms to sustain infection, including the ability to between human and nonhuman …