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Which of the following is most likely explanation for the emergence of HIV resistant strains to antiviral drugs?

a - CD4 is expressed on many cells
b - HIV can bind many co-receptors
c - HIV reverse transcriptase is error prone
d - Nef is capable of decresing cell surface expression of many surface proteins
e - Rev efficiently exports viral mRNA from the nucleus
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it is c - HIV reverse transcriptase is error prone
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yes the ans is C. Sorry guys for not replying on time my PC broke down i just got it back today.
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