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The disappearance of CD4+T cells during an HIV infection sets the stage for the characteristic immunodeficiency. But how do the virally infected cells protect themselves long enough to manufacture more HIV virions? A recent paper in Nature suggests that Nef may be part of the answer.


Journal article


Nature Immunology

Publication Date





384 - 385