BusinessWeek Profiles Microsoft Researchers Using Spam-Blocking Software to Develop HIV Vaccines
September 28, 2007
BusinessWeek in its Oct. 1 edition profiled researchers at Microsoft who are refocusing spam-blocking technology to locate HIV-infected cells to help produce vaccines. Researchers have reconfigured the technology originally developed to identify junk e-mail to correlate HIV-infected cell mutations with an individual's genetic profile.
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