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Viral 'fitness' explains different resistance patterns to AIDS drugs

Viral 'fitness' explains different resistance patterns to AIDS drugs

Scientists discover how HIV infects healthy cells

Scientists discover how HIV infects healthy cells

LEDGF protein controls the location of HIV integration in human cells

LEDGF protein controls the location of HIV integration in human cells

U.S. scientists have successfully engineered blood vessels from human vascular cells in the lab

U.S. scientists have successfully engineered blood vessels from human vascular cells in the lab

Tentative approval for Lamivudine tablets

Tentative approval for Lamivudine tablets

Arteries bio-engineered from elderly cells

Arteries bio-engineered from elderly cells

Bio-engineered skin provides clues to melanoma development

Bio-engineered skin provides clues to melanoma development

A drug used to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 induces resistance more often than previously thought

A drug used to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV-1 induces resistance more often than previously thought

Telomerase finding has major implications for cancer

Telomerase finding has major implications for cancer

New study following 12,574 individuals over the course of three years of HAART

New study following 12,574 individuals over the course of three years of HAART

New compounds for the treatment of HIV/AIDS

New compounds for the treatment of HIV/AIDS

Blips and AIDS therapy

Blips and AIDS therapy

New 3-DCR HIV strain does not respond to three classes of anti-retroviral medication

New 3-DCR HIV strain does not respond to three classes of anti-retroviral medication

Finding points towards the possibility of retrovirus involvement in ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)

Finding points towards the possibility of retrovirus involvement in ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)

Genetic mutations and cellular modifications may provide clues to the associations between slight genetic abnormalities and often fatal diseases

Genetic mutations and cellular modifications may provide clues to the associations between slight genetic abnormalities and often fatal diseases

Protease inhibitors used to treat HIV-1 infection may also be effective for treatment or prevention of malaria

Protease inhibitors used to treat HIV-1 infection may also be effective for treatment or prevention of malaria

Cellular enzyme represents a potential new target for developing improved HIV drugs

Cellular enzyme represents a potential new target for developing improved HIV drugs

One group of drugs that is effective in fighting HIV may also be promoting the death of sensory nerves in the skin

One group of drugs that is effective in fighting HIV may also be promoting the death of sensory nerves in the skin

Generic tritherapy can be used as a basic treatment for AIDS

Generic tritherapy can be used as a basic treatment for AIDS

FDA reinforces use of Sustiva in first-line HIV combination therapy

FDA reinforces use of Sustiva in first-line HIV combination therapy