Immune Cells Targeted By Hiv
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question.There are only 2 HIV viruses, HIV-1 and HIV-2. There is no HIV-B virus. Both of the HIV viruses infect CD4 cells (also known as T4 cells or T-Helpercells). More information on HIV-2 can be found in the... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,This is extremely interesting and important work. As an immunologist, I have advocated immune-based therapies for HIV treatment and, ultimately, cure since the early days of the epidemic. It's becoming clearer that despite truly remarkable... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThis is a promising new target for anti-HIV drug development but there is no A3G-related candidate drug currently under clinical (human) study that would likely be avalable in the near future. Current therapy available in resource weathly areas... Read more »
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Posted by andypb, 1 ReplyWhat is compromised/ supressed immune system.
Does compromised/ weak immune system take more time to produce antibody to HIV infection.
Would a Person having as low Cd 4 counts 350 is considered to have compromised immune system.
Do such person with... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyWhat are antigens? Are antibodies the same thing as the CD4 type of t-cells? What are CD8 t-cells? What is a macrpophage? Is a retrovirus the same thing as a lentivirus? What is DNA? Who is OJ? Am I asking too many questions? Is is ok to laugh when... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHas anyone out there tried immune26? It's a Biotech product originally developed by Dupont/CONAGRA. It's being marketed by a company in Florida, Legacy for Life. All it is, is powdered chicken eggs from chickens who have been innoculated with... Read more »
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