Identification Of Hiv
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University of North Carolina - Chapel HillThere are several theoretical benefits of HIV therapy initiation during primary (recent) HIV infection, however, there has been limited clinical data to support this strategy. A great description of where we stand now regarding treatment during... Read more »
University of Kansas Medical CenterYou have asked several questions, most are addressed on other pages of thebody.com. But, let me give you brief answers to the questions.I am sorry that both the mother and father are infected with HIV. Of course it is very common for this to happen... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineBecause of passive transfer of antibodies between mother andfetus, newborn babies from HIV infected mothers can have a positiveHIV antibody test for months and not be infected. Most of the confusionregarding HIV diagnosis in babies is in the first... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineRecombination of HIV viral strains is best accomplished by molecular sequencing of different genes, particularly the outer envelope. They would not be detected by the conventional tests that you list. Small stages of recombination probably occur... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymoushow exactly can you identify this?
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Posted by Mssimone, 1 ReplyIs this a good thing?
Scientists Identify Gene That Blocks HIV
American and Canadian researchers have identified a human gene called TRIM22 that can block HIV infection by preventing certain forms of the virus from replicating, CBC News reported.
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Posted by optimistic2009Researchers from the University of North Carolina and Merck are identifying promising new leads in the search for agents that may be able to purge HIV from resting CD4 cells, a key requirement for any prospect of a cure for HIV infection.
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Posted by KitG, 2 RepliesHi VonDutcheFace
I was reading a few of your posts and I identified strongly with your list of symptoms, so I thought Id share some of my experiences of recovery
Like you, I tested for HIV, then when I kept testing negative and the symptoms... Read more »
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