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Integrase Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.

These are the MediaLab courses that cover Integrase and links to relevant pages within the course.

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HIV: Structure and Replication (retired 2/20/2013)
The stage of viral replication where the envelope is being acquired and the HIV is leaving the host cell is known as:View Page
Which enzyme is responsible for joining the reverse-transcribed HIV DNA to the host cell's DNA?View Page
Infection of the Host Cell (1)

The double-stranded DNA molecule now migrates to the nucleus of its host cell. Once it reaches the nucleus, a viral enzyme called integrase joins the replicated HIV DNA to the cell's DNA. The viral DNA now becomes one of the cell's chromosomes and is called a provirus. At this point an individual is infected with and is a carrier of HIV but does not have AIDS.

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