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Life Cycle of HIV, a Retrovirus

Life Cycle of HIV, a Retrovirus

HIV destroys cells within the immune system, causing the body to be susceptible to a multitude of diseases and infections. This animation focuses on HIV, a retrovirus and how this retrovirus enters in a host cell, how it seizes the cell and how it replicates to cause damage to helper T cells. Students can view this animation as a step-through or as a narration. There is also a quiz with questions relating to the HIV animation. ...

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