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    One of the regulatory genes of HIV. Three HIV regulatory genes--tat, rev, and nef--and three so-called auxiliary genes--vif, vpr, and vpu--contain information necessary for the production of proteins that control the virus's ability to infect a cell, produce new copies of the virus, or cause disease. The tat gene is thought to enhance virus replication. See also NEF; REV.
  • Transactivator of Transcription (TAT): SFAF
    a gene of HIV that plays a role in viral replication by regulating the transcription of viral DNA into RNA; also the protein produced by that gene.

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