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The present paper examines the cross-sectional slices of HIV, where the deadly components exist. The present study develops the mathematical background needed for drug designing. This work also examines the principles by which the virus could be annihilated. This study deals with the theoretical aspects of HIV non-functionality in the human body. By calculating the rate of infection with HIV and its incubation period, it is shown that the precisional aspects of the molecular mathematics of HIV help us in developing an experimental design for the therapeutical management of AIDS.
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