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Protease-defective gp120-containing HIV-1 particles induce apoptosis more efficiently than wild-type virus in mitogen-stimulated healthy donor-derived peripheral blood cells


Protease-defective gp120-containing HIV-1 particles induce apoptosis more efficiently than wild-type virus in mitogen-stimulated healthy donor-derived peripheral blood cells



Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology 96: 583



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