Tat expression led to increased histone 3 tri-methylation at lysine 27 and contributed to HIV latency in astrocytes through regulation of MeCP2 and Ezh2 expression

Ying Liu, Yinghua Niu, Lu Li, Khalid A. Timani, Victor L. He, Chris Sanburns, Jiafeng Xie, Johnny J. He

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