School of Dentistry scientists discover no two retroviruses act the same

In a study published online in the Journal of Virology, University of Minnesota scientists in the School of Dentistry-based Institute for Molecular Virology, analyzed seven different retrovirues, including two types of HIV as well as HTLV-1, a virus that causes T-cell leukemia.  They found that no two kinds of retroviruses look -- or act -- the same.