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DC-SIGN 'AIDS' HIV immune evasion and infection

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Human immunodeficiency virus uses many signaling pathways and cell surface receptors to infect cells. New work emphasizes the many functions of the lectin DC-SIGN expressed in dendritic cells.

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  1. Anthony L. Cunningham, Andrew N. Harman and Heather Donaghy are with the Centre for Virus Research, Westmead Millennium Institute, University of Sydney, Westmead NSW 2145, Australia. tony_cunningham@wmi.usyd.edu.au

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    • , Andrew N Harman
    •  & Heather Donaghy

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