Structure of integrase bound to viral DNA
Research by Dr Peter Cherepanov and colleagues has revealed the structure of an enzyme called integrase, which is found in retroviruses like HIV. When HIV infects someone, it uses integrase to paste a copy of its genetic information into their DNA.
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