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Transforming the more common type A blood into type O could build up blood supplies and reduce shortages around the globe.
For the first time, scientists have used the powerful, cutting-edge CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing method to snip HIV out of infected mice.
The 13 new grants support innovative approaches such as gene therapy.
Researchers have succeeded in charting the structure of a tool central to HIV’s effort to splice its genetic code into a human cell’s DNA.
Research shows that HIV-positive people may still have defective HIV DNA in their cells.
This shift is associated with a 19 percent increased risk of death.
Researchers have created a genetic treatment that, for the first time, has succeeded in removing HIV from infected human cells.
The viral reservoir that is the main reason why attempts to cure HIV with ARVs fall flat, may be 60 times larger than scientists once...
A controversial new study challenges the belief that the unintegrated virus cannot reproduce.
A new potential microbicide element may be fooling HIV.
Researchers in the Netherlands hope to begin human studies of a novel treatment approach designed to silence HIV genes to prevent the virus fr...
Researchers from the University of California in San Diego have discovered which genetic form of HIV is transmitted between men who have sex w...
Subtle changes in the level of certain immune cells soon after infection are highly predictive of more rapid disease progression.
In November 2008, scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico activated Roadrunner, the world’s fastest supercomputer. While IB...
U.S. researchers have decoded the structure of the HIV genome, which could help develop new antiretroviral therapy, Agence France-Presse repor...
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