A bird's-eye view of the higher-order structure of HIV-1's entire RNA genome reveals new motifs in surprising places. Structural biologists can now zoom in on these regions to explore their functions further.
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Al-Hashimi, H. Aerial view of the HIV genome. Nature 460, 696–697 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/460696a
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