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HIV-1 was first identified in 1983 as causative agent for AIDS. Currently there are more than 30 approved antiviral drugs that inhibit virus replication and prevent the development of AIDS, but these drugs do not actually cure the patient, as the virus persists in infected cells. RNA splicing is a critical step in the HIV-1 replication cycle because it controls the expression of the full viral proteome. Nancy Müller investigates the way in which the HIV virus regulates RNA splicing.

Event details of Regulation of HIV-1 splicing
Date 11 February 2016
Time 14:00 -15:00
Location Agnietenkapel
Room Location

N. Müller: Regulation of HIV-1 Splicing.

Supervisor

Prof. B. Berkhout

Co-supervisor

Dr A.D. Tas

Agnietenkapel

Room Location

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 229 - 231
1012 EZ Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.