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Virus receptor

Introduction: Virus receptor

Description of Virus receptor

Virus receptor: viruses must first bind to their target cell's surface before infection can proceed; this is mediated by specific molecular receptors for certain viral antigens, many of which have other known functions; e.g., the MHC-II receptor CD4 is also an HIV receptor.
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