Talk:Group-specific antigen

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Redirect[edit]

Why should gp41 and gp120 links redirect to the Group-specific antigen article? Considering that gp41 and gp120 HIV protein articles already exist, I think that the Group-specific antigen redirection should be removed. Jacopopitaciu (talk) 20:42, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

Gag in HIV[edit]

I added some content here. Please voice any objections you might have. There's a reference duplication issue (if someone wants to help me with that), and I haven't added all the content I'm planning to add, but I plan to add more content and figure out how to correct the references in the next few weeks. I also don't think the Gag-onc discussion is appropriate where it is, and I don't know enough about Gag-onc fusions to know whether it's even important enough to leave in.MRotten (talk) 20:37, 4 November 2013 (UTC)