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An enzyme, called protease, cuts the polypeptides into viral proteins. Budding - New HIV virus particles pinch out from the cell membrane and break away with a piece of the cell membrane surrounding them. This is how enveloped viruses leave the cell...
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In this way, the host cell is not destroyed. The newly replicated virions will infect other T-helper cells and cause the person's T-helper cell count to slowly decrease. When a person's T-helper cell count drops below 200,000 cells per one milliliter of blood, he or she is considered to have AIDS...
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