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Imaging study of key viral structure shows how HIV drugs work at atomic level

09:43 EST 30 Jan 2020 | Science Daily

Scientists have discovered how a powerful class of HIV drugs binds to a key piece of HIV machinery. By solving, for the first time, three-dimensional structures of this complex while different drugs were attached, the researchers showed what makes the therapy so potent. The work provides insights that could help design or improve new treatments for HIV.

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