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A Rat Model of EcoHIV Brain Infection

DOI :

10.3791/62137-v

January 21st, 2021

January 21st, 2021

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1Program in Behavioral Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina

Here, we present a protocol to establish a new rat model of active HIV infection using chimeric HIV (EcoHIV), which is critical for enhancing our understanding of HIV-1 viral reservoirs in the brain and offering a system to study HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders and associated comorbidities (i.e., drug abuse).

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