AZT, a reverse transcription inhibitor, stops HIV reproduction
at what stage?
Producing viral DNA from RNA
HIV undergoes this reverse transcription stage to convert its genetic material
(RNA) into a form compatible with its host's genetic material (DNA). A reverse
transcription inhibitor blocks this step, preventing viral reproduction.
|| Translating RNA into protein
||Producing viral and host RNA from DNA
|| Integrating viral DNA into host DNA