Using Genetics to Fight HIV | GenomeWeb

At Discovering Biology in a Digital World, Sandra Porter delves into a paper published recently in Science that found that the mouse gene Rfv3 is encoded by Apobec3 and that it is required for the production of antibodies that will neutralize a retrovirus called Friend Virus, or FV.

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