The detailed submicroscopic HIV study
Pict.B: the macrophage cells confluence into one cell is shown. This event does not depend upon HIV infection but in the given case one of the macrophage cells contains this dangerous virus. The localization of virus assembly is shown with the arrow.
Pict.E: several mature and fully formed immunodeficiency viruses. They contain the figure similar to truncated cone in the center differently from the more primitive forms. It is called CAPSID and it is the characteristic sign of immunodeficiency virus which distinguishes it from other viruses. The virus RNA and enzymes are contained inside the capsid.

HIV symptoms in men: The detailed submicroscopic HIV study