Researchers propose a deep antibody-antigen interaction algorithm to accelerate the identification of potential therapeutic antibodies
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 People living with HIV found to have a significantly delayed internal body clockPeople living with HIV found to have a significantly delayed internal body clock
 
People living with HIV have a significantly delayed internal body clock, consistent with the symptoms of jet lag, according to new findings reported by researchers from universities in South Africa and the UK.
 
 
 Researchers propose a deep antibody-antigen interaction algorithm to accelerate the identification of potential therapeutic antibodiesResearchers propose a deep antibody-antigen interaction algorithm to accelerate the identification of potential therapeutic antibodies
 
Researchers used a deep antibody-antigen interaction (DeepAAI) algorithm to understand the antibody representations of unseen antibodies to accelerate the discovery of novel antibodies with potential therapeutic applications.
 
   Immunological responses against monkeypox virus concerning the 2022 outbreakImmunological responses against monkeypox virus concerning the 2022 outbreak
 
A new study aimed to analyze the kinetics of the pox-specific T-cell induction, the inflammatory profile, and the inflammatory profile in human cases of the current monkeypox outbreak.
 
   Researchers provide new insights into the vexing process that makes HIV stealthyResearchers provide new insights into the vexing process that makes HIV stealthy
 
An immune response that likely evolved to help fight infections appears to be the mechanism that drives human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) into a latent state, lurking in cells only to erupt anew, researchers at Duke Health report.
 
   Health Heroines: Supporting Women and Striving for Universal Health CoverageHealth Heroines: Supporting Women and Striving for Universal Health Coverage
 
In this interview we speak to Ms. Anita Kouvahey-Eklu, a recent Heroines of Health award winner, about her work in addressing gender inequalities within healthcare.
 
 As STDS proliferate, companies rush to market at-home test kits. But are they reliable?
 
As STDS proliferate, companies rush to market at-home test kits. But are they reliable?Among the more remarkable legacies of the covid-19 pandemic is how quickly federal regulators, the health care industry, and consumers moved to make at-home testing a reliable tool for managing a public health crisis.
 
 
 Study reveals neglected or late TB diagnoses related to COVID-19
 
Study reveals neglected or late TB diagnoses related to COVID-19In a recent study published in the journal BMJ Medicine, researchers modeled changing patterns in sex- and age-stratified new and relapse tuberculosis (TB) case notifications reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) for 45 nations with high TB, TB/human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB) burden between 2013 and 2019 due to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infections.
 
 
 How lessons from the HIV epidemic can help combat COVID-19
 
How lessons from the HIV epidemic can help combat COVID-19Researchers revisit lessons learned from the HIV pandemic in response to COVID-19.
 
 
 Parents represent a promising resource in preventing HIV among gay and bisexual male youth
 
Parents represent a promising resource in preventing HIV among gay and bisexual male youthA first of a kind study published today suggests that parents can be taught to communicate with their gay or bisexual sons about safe sex.
 
 
 Black, Hispanic MSM disproportionately affected by monkeypox
 
Black, Hispanic MSM disproportionately affected by monkeypoxA recent study published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report described the epidemiologic characteristics of the monkeypox (MPX) outbreak in the United States (US).
 
 
 New UK aid will help fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria
 
New UK aid will help fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malariaNew UK aid support to the Global Fund will help fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria around the world, Minister for Development Andrew Mitchell announced today (Monday 14 November).
 
 
 Findings from a multi-year initiative aimed at improving HIV health outcomes
 
Findings from a multi-year initiative aimed at improving HIV health outcomesThe results of a multi-year initiative aimed at improving HIV health outcomes for Black men who have sex with men (MSM) are published in a new Supplement in the peer-reviewed journal AIDS Patient Care and STDs.
 
 
 Researchers highlight a significant cancer disparity among young Black men in the American South
 
Researchers highlight a significant cancer disparity among young Black men in the American SouthResearch shows that incidences of Kaposi's sarcoma among people living with HIV have fallen significantly over the past two decades, but a new evaluation of data led by researchers at UTHealth Houston highlights a significant disparity among one particular demographic – young Black men in the American South.
 
 
 New $3.5 million NCI grant to help improve care for cervical cancer patients in Botswana
 
New $3.5 million NCI grant to help improve care for cervical cancer patients in BotswanaFor more than two decades, experts at Penn Medicine have worked hand in hand with local partners to improve health care and outcomes in the sub-Saharan African nation of Botswana.
 
 
 Recognizing how the HIV-1 evades immune system
 
Recognizing how the HIV-1 evades immune systemAccording to a recent study led by Andrés Finzi, a professor at the Université de Montréal and researcher at the CHUM Research Centre, the type of virus used as a model to study the effectiveness of non-neutralizing antibodies against the virus that causes AIDS, has a crucial role to play.
 
 
 HIV’s covert methods of evading treatment and immunity
 
HIV’s covert methods of evading treatment and immunityAccording to Duke Health researchers, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) appears to be driven into a latent state, lurking in cells only to erupt once more. This immune response likely evolved to help fight infections.