An HIV gene called Vpr causes the membrane surrounding the nucleus-the nuclear envelope-to form herniations that project and retract much like solar flares radiating from the surface of the sun, giving clues as to how HIV conquers the immune system. National Institutes of Health, UCSF-GIVI Center for AIDS Research
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