||Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, a sexually-transmitted disease which patient's immune system cannot function properly and weakens.
||Human Immunodeficiency Virus, the virus that cause AIDS. The HIV virus attacks the CD4 T-cells and weakens the immune system.
||A white blood cell in the immune system which fights viruses.
||The genetic material inside the nucleus of normal human body cells.
||An acid that acts as a messenger between DNA and ribosome.
||A process in which HIV converts RNA into DNA molecules. It is accomplished
by an enzyme called RT.
||Situations may vary, having sex with an infected individual or having sex without using a condom.
||A st drug that terminates reverse transcriptase, and therefore stop HIV from replicating.
||Zidovudine, a pill that slows down the replication of HIV by interfering with RT
||a pill that slows down the replication of HIV by interfering with protease