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Which cells are infected by hiv?

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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) presents a complex knot for scientists to
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HIV infects cells in the central nervous system and the immune system. HIV's main target cell is the T helper lymphocyte. These cells play a crucial role in the immune system, by
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The core of HIV is made up of two strands of the genetic material called RNA wrapped in a protein coat. It is surrounded by an envelope made of fat and protein. HIV is not alive.
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EXCEPT T4 LYMPHOCYTE CELL..NO CELLS ARE KILLED . HIV DESTROYS ONLY CD T 4 LYMPHOCYTES Source(s): MEDICAL COLLEGE,RESEARCH INSTITUTE,HOSPITALS
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