|Protease Inhibitors for detecting HIV?
Feb 28, 2000
Protease Inhibitors is a method for detecting HIV? Is it more sensitive for testing some new strains of HIV than PCR and Elisa methods?
Is it expensive? Pls answer, Thanks!
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Protease inhibitors are a class of drugs used to treat HIV infection, not to diagnose it.
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