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What Does it Take for an AIDS Virus to Infect a Person?

Penn Medicine researchers examined the characteristics of HIV-1 strains that were successful in traversing the genital mucosa that forms a boundary to entry by viruses and bacteria and identified a sub-population of HIV-1 strains with biological properties that predispose them to establish new infections more efficiently.

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