What makes up an hiv cell?

Answer The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) requires cells in order to reproduce and transfer to other cells, thereby replicating the virus. The virus attaches to cells by recognizing CD4--a protein mar... Read More »

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What cell makes up the muscles?

Muscles are made of contractile cells. The proteins actin and myosin make muscles contract. There are three types of muscle tissue. Smooth muscle tissue moves involuntarily. It's not controlled by ... Read More »

What country makes BlackBerry cell phones?

The BlackBerry cell phone is designed and manufactured in Canada. Research in Motion, a company from Waterloo, Canada, first created the device in 1999. The company now has offices in Europe, the U... Read More »

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Which organelle in a cell makes ATP?

Mitochondria are responsible for the production of adenosine triphosphate, also known as ATP, in living cells. These organelles use the process of respiration (using oxygen to turn food into energy... Read More »