Perilla and his late co-author Klaus Shculten, a physics professor at the University of Illinois who died last year, used the Department of Energy’s Titan supercomputer to simulate more than 64 million atoms for an unprecedented look at the chemical-physical properties of an empty HIV-1 capsid.
An HIV capsid contains hundreds of identical proteins, which are arranged to form a network of six-sided and five-sided structures.
Yellow represents sodium, while blue shows chloride HIV infects CD4 T-cells, which play a vital role in the immune system and protect us from diseases.
As HIV progresses, it reduces the number of active T-cells in the body until the immune system cannot function correctly, a state known as 'acquired immune deficiency syndrome' or AIDS.
and this led to a great deal of Shovelware titles - and yes, Rule 34 applied in spades.
The Angry Video Game Nerd did an entire episode dedicated to 8-bit versions of this trope. This is a video game subtrope of Rule 34, cousin of Video Game Cruelty Potential.
Compare Power Perversion Potential, Third-Person Seductress, The Rule of First Adopters. May lead to staff nixing player-created content if abused in online settings, especially if the game is meant to be family-friendly.