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Yerkes Researchers Find Clues to AIDS Resistance in Sooty Mangabey Genome

Peaceful co-existence, rather than war: that's how sooty mangabeys, a monkey species found in West Africa, handle infection by SIV, a relative of HIV,...
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Reservoir Explorers Find Extra HIV/SIV Pond

Scientists at Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University have identified an additional part of the HIV reservoir, immune cells that survive and harbor...
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Tick Saliva May Hold Potential Treatment for Reducing HIV-linked Heart Disease...

Scientists may have found a clue to why people living with HIV have double the likelihood of developing heart disease. The findings, made by...
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NIH Research Helps Explain How Antibody Treatment Led to Sustained Remission...

“...our team found that anti-alpha-4 beta-7 antibody binds not only to cells but also to HIV and SIV.” —Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., Director, NIAID Scientists at...
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Select Antiviral Cells Can Access HIV’s Hideouts

When someone is HIV-positive and takes antiretroviral drugs, the virus persists in a reservoir of infected cells. Those cells hide out in germinal centers,...
Blood Pressure Disorder, atrial fibrillation, cardiovascular diseases, buprenorphine injections, bacterial infections, Hyperglycemia, smoking, blood cancers, sleep apnea, chronic leukemia, preeclampsia, cancerous heart tumors, delirium, Gene mutation, spontaneous vaginal delivery, chronic pain, gestational diabetes, Induced labor, Insufficient vitamin D, combination therapy, brain white matter, Anti-HIV drug, carcinomas, coronavirus, Diuretic therapy, type 1 diabetes, brain disorders, asthma, Red Blood Cells, sleep apnea, Induced labor, genome editing, Iodine deficiency, surgical pain, food allergies, Zika virus vaccine, mental illness, stroke, obesity, river blindness, malaria, Parkinson’s, gestational diabetes, skin color, HIV vaccine, Kidney Stones, Parkinson’s disease, retinal vein, obesity, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, thyroid, malaria vaccine, HIV, Cushing Syndrome, pregnancy, sports concussions, obesity, HIV-infected people, dust mite allergies, HIV infections, COPD patients, wound healing

Scientists at NIH and Emory Achieve Sustained SIV Remission in Monkeys

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Emory University have experimentally induced sustained remission of SIV, the simian form of HIV, in...
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Scientists Achieve Sustained Remission in SIV Infection

Scientists have shown that they can achieve sustained control of infection by HIV’s relative SIV (simian immunodeficiency virus) in rhesus macaques, by supplementing antiretroviral...