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TREATMENT OF AIDS T20 AIDS medication. Illustration of how the AIDS virus harpoons a TCD4 lymphocyte immune cell in order to penetrate it, becoming a parasite and duplicating until the cell dies. T20 (in blue) blocks the GP41 molecule (yellow) which allows the virus to penetrate the host cell.
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