|How to stop HIV
Mar 11, 2001
The hiv virus uses the gp120 and gp41 to attach itself to the CD4 cells for replication. Has there been any study done on possible disabling/distruction of the gp120 and gp41 arm on the virus to prevent attachment to the Cd4 cells?
| Response from Dr. Rodriguez-Torres
Yes.There is continuos research on the different sites for entry of the virus to the cell. This avenues have been explored in the hope to develop additional therapies.
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