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Amyloid Fibrils in Semen

Caption: Amyloid fibrils in semen, shown here in red, enhance HIV infection by helping HIV -- shown in green -- find and attach to its target, CD4 T white blood cells.

Credit: Nadia Roan/Gladstone Institutes

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