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Replication trimmed back

A long-standing point of intrigue has been how certain non-human primates are resistant to HIV-1. The discovery in macaque monkeys of a protein that resides in mysterious cytoplasmic bodies holds the key.

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Goff, S. Replication trimmed back. Nature 427, 791–793 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1038/427791a

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