Research & Clinical Summary

This laboratory studies the regulatory and structural genes of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in order to understand the molecular basis for its pathogenicity. Our focus is on identifying and characterizing host cell functions that are used to serve specific functions for viral replication and host functions that oppose viral replication. Current major projects include the study of how host antiviral genes have evolved during primate evolution, and the study of events that occur early after HIV enters its host cells. Collaborators include Harmit Malik and Julie Overbaugh.

Further information on the lab and recent publications at http://www.fhcrc.org/science/labs/emerman/.

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2052Emerman, Michael

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