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Potent HIV Blocker Identified in Monkeys

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Science  27 Feb 2004:
Vol. 303, Issue 5662, pp. 1275
DOI: 10.1126/science.303.5662.1275

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A critical piece of the puzzle of why HIV cannot copy itself in monkeys has fallen into place: Monkey cells make a protein that specifically derails HIV, researchers report in Nature this week.