Recently, a research collaboration has managed to reverse HIV latency in infected CD4+ T cells in mouse and macaque models, exposing them to the body’s immune response.
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A study has evaluated de-identified data from wearable devices, discovering that this could improve real-time prediction of flu-like illnesses when compared with current surveillance methods.
Chinese authorities have confirmed that the virus can be passed from person-to-person, as a fourth person is reported to have died from this infection.
The first strain of flu we encounter during childhood could impact our immune responses to future infections, according to new research.
Researchers have discovered an association between the spread of HIV and quantity of extracellular vesicles from lactobacilli, suggesting a protective mechanism to inhibit the spread of HIV infection.
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Using animal models, researchers have discovered that antibodies can be coaxed into proliferating and targeting HIV.
New estimates from the WHO and the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention reveal that in 2018, more than 140,000 individuals died from measles worldwide, with most deaths seen in the poorest countries and among infants.
The placenta provides essential nourishment and protection to a developing fetus, but new research has suggested that a common cold virus may be able to cross this barrier.
In this infographic we take a look at the long-acting formulations for HIV prevention and treatment currently in the clinical pipeline – from Phase I to approval.