DESPERATELY NEED RETROVIRUS INFO!!!!!!
jcrookst at vt.edu
Wed Jan 24 13:29:05 EST 1996
In article <4e1ud3$eg1 at sam.inforamp.net>, meese at inforamp.net says...
->I am a high school student currently doing a expository scientific
->paper on Retroviruses. All the info I have found on the net so far
->has been too specific, ie. deals with, say, a protein found in certain
->retroviruses. I need material on the following subtopics: basic
->structure, different types of retroviruses, how they operate/infect a
->cell, and, difficulty in treatment (ie. reverse transcriptase.
->Any information anyone could either send me or point me to would be
If you are fortunate enough to live near a college you might be able to
find a textbook in the university bookstore on virology that should have
some good information in it. A general microbiology textbook may also have
some good information in it as well. Talking to a local M.D. might be a
good first step to finding information if you don't have access to a
Hope this helps.
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