white blood cells
A type of white blood cells called T-lymphocytes or T-cells for short.
Specifically, HIV attacks T-Cells, a type of white blood cell
it well attack your cells
if by B cells you mean blood cells , then yes its most likely that HIV will attack them.
Different Viruses do different things. They mainly infect a certain type of cells, destroy them and reproduce. Example: HIV infects white blood cells to destroy them and reproduce.
HIV infects only the CD4 cells of the immune system, and it destroys lymphocytes.
immunity.White blood cells
HIV does not attack brain cells. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) attacks cells in the body that fight infection and are involved with immune function. Confusion and memory loss could result from medications that are taken to treat HIV, or possibly infections resulting from the weakened immune systems of those infected with HIV.
The HIV virus replicates in T cells. Once the cell is full of replicated HIV it ruptures.
HIV mainly attacks cells in the immune system. I'm not aware of a major impact on skin (epidermal) cells.