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Catching HIV budding from cells: it all comes down to ALIX

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Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from a cultured cell.

Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from a cultured cell.

Credit: CDC


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Top row shows protein named Gag assembling; bottom is protein named ALIX in boxes lined in green.

Top row shows protein named Gag assembling; bottom is protein named ALIX in boxes lined in green.

Credit: Pei-I Ku


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Virologist Saveez Saffarian linked imaging technology and biochemistry to see HIV bud from cells.

Virologist Saveez Saffarian linked imaging technology and biochemistry to see HIV bud from cells.

Credit: Lee Siegel


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Scanning electron micrograph of HIV particles infecting a human T cell.

Scanning electron micrograph of HIV particles infecting a human T cell.

Credit: NIH


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Scientist Pei-I Ku prepares a sample for a digital microscope used in the AIDS virus research.

Scientist Pei-I Ku prepares a sample for a digital microscope used in the AIDS virus research.

Credit: Tom Bear


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HIV virions budding and releasing from an infected cell.

HIV virions budding and releasing from an infected cell.

Credit: NIH


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