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Viral Protein Behind Chronic Inflammation in People with HIV: Study
The HIV protein Nef can cause long-term genetic changes that lead to hyperreactive immune cells, according to research in human cells and mice. 
Viral Protein Behind Chronic Inflammation in People with HIV: Study
Viral Protein Behind Chronic Inflammation in People with HIV: Study

The HIV protein Nef can cause long-term genetic changes that lead to hyperreactive immune cells, according to research in human cells and mice. 

The HIV protein Nef can cause long-term genetic changes that lead to hyperreactive immune cells, according to research in human cells and mice. 

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