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HIV ,Human Immunodeficiency Virus, being surrounded by a cell. HIV infects a number of cells in the body, though the main target is lymphocyte cell, which is a type of T-cell. Once the HIV virus has infected the host cell it then replicates itself with thousands of copies. Image 2 of 3 in series.  TEM X120,000
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HIV ,Human Immunodeficiency Virus, being surrounded by a cell. HIV infects a number of cells in the body, though the main target is lymphocyte cell, which is a type of T-cell. Once the HIV virus has infected the host cell it then replicates itself with thousands of copies. Image 2 of 3 in series. TEM X120,000

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From gallery: Microbiology
Photographer: Dr. Hans Gelderblom
Source: Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
Date: 2 Jul 2011
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Credit: Dr. Hans Gelderblom/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
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