HIV is a (#1) disease. It combats the
body by attacking the (#2) cells. A HIV virus consists of
(#3) outer lipid coat and 2 protein coats. In the center of
an HIV virus are 2 (#4) molecules and 2 RNA molecules.
Imbedded within the outside lipid coat is a glycoprotein
know as (#5). The glycoprotein on the HIV will bind with any
cell that has a (#6) molecule in its membrane. Once the HIV
binds with a host cell, the RNA from the HIV cell will be
"injected" into the host, and transformed from RNA to DNA by
via the enzyme known as (#7). After the conversion from RNA
to DNA, the HIVs nucleic acid will be incorporated into the
host cells DNA. At this time the virus may stay dormant for
several years, but the host will be (#8).
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