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The journal Science has lauded an eye-opening HIV study, known as HPTN 052, as the most important scientific breakthrough of 2011.
Scientists have discovered the ‘key’ that HIV uses to enter our cells’ nuclei and halt our immune system, eventually causing AIDS.
Back to the future! Researchers are using a new computational approach to help fight HIV.
A new computational approach has predicted numerous human proteins that the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) requires to replicate itself.
A new computational approach has predicted numerous human proteins that the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) requires to replicate itself, and "constitutes a powerful resource for experimentalists who desire to discover new human proteins that can control the spread of HIV."
Could glowing, fluorescent green cats be the next great weapon in the fight against AIDS and the HIV virus?
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Johns Hopkins scientists have found that a safe and inexpensive antibiotic in use since the 1970s for treating acne effectively targets infected immune cells in which HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, lies dormant and prevents them from reactivating and replicating.
While studying an HIV protein that plays an essential role in AIDS progression, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have discovered compounds that show promise as novel treatments for the disease.
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