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Research shows that HIV-positive people may still have defective HIV DNA in their cells.
A manufactured, two-headed protein has succeeded in awakening latently HIV-infected immune cells, summoning an immune response to kill them.
A protein in breast milk may be a key reason why most HIV-positive mothers do not transmit the virus to their babies through breast-feeding.
Researchers have discovered the regulation process for a protein that prevents HIV from making copies of itself in white blood cells.
While many lubricants may irritate vaginal and rectal tissues, they don’t increase risk of HIV transmission—at least in test tube experiment
Online gamers map structure of retrovirus protein, which has baffled scientists for more than a decade, in three weeks.
A new computer game developed by researchers at the University of Washington allows gamers to manipulate and fold virtual protein strands and...
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