HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, depends on an enzyme called reverse transcriptase in order to multiply. Reverse transcriptase reads a molecule of RNA and creates a molecule of DNA from it. A molecule of AZT, the first drug approved to treat AIDS, has a shape very similar to (but a little bit different than) that of the DNA base thymine. How does AZT inhibit HIV?
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