Discovery May Shed Light on Why Some HIV-Positive Patients Have More Virus

Biologists at UC San Diego have unraveled the anti-viral mechanism of a human gene that may explain why some people infected with HIV have much higher amounts of virus in their bloodstreams than others.
Their finding could shed light on the mystery of why some people with HIV never develop symptoms of AIDS.

September 23, 2012General, Science and Engineering, Science & Engineering

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