Nipping HIV in the bud

A cellular housekeeper - the proteasome - may be a target for interfering with retroviral replication, with a trio of papers, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), last week providing evidence that retroviruses hijack the proteasome complex to reproduce virions by budding.

The proteasome is a multi-enzyme complex

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