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Lentiviruses, the class of viruses to which HIV belongs, are estimated to have infected primates as far back as 16 million years ago.
HIV uses a viral protein to manipulate the immune system into suppressing natural antiviral responses so it can more easily establish an infec...
The reactivation rate of cells latently infected with HIV is much lower than previously thought.
Elite controllers of HIV have dendritic immune cells that are better able to identify and prompt a defense against the virus.
HIV can replicate and evolve in the brain soon after infection, according to a recent analysis of cerebral spinal fluid, which helps illuminat...
A primate study has suggested that the radiation part of the leukemia treatment the “Berlin patient” received was not what functio...
Researchers have pinpointed the source of a fungus that’s long been sickening HIV-positive people in Southern California: It grows on trees.
In a mouse study, a toxin engineered to target HIV eliminated infected immune cells in which the virus was replicating despite antiretroviral...
Fourteen French adults treated within two months of infection maintain undetectable virus levels after stopping antiretroviral (ARV) therapy.
The concentration of cytokines in the semen of HIV-positive men may be a crucial factor that determines the transmission during vaginal sex.
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