What Is The Host Cell For Hiv
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,HIV is an extremely tiny piece of genetic material that gets integrated into the genetic material of host cells (CD4 cells, for example). HIV does not survive without viable host cells. Hence, when HIV and/or HIV-infected cells are outside of the... Read more »
Program for Wellness RestorationI will not believe anyone who makes claims without data from a respected source. Too many people are making claims for the sake of money. Ask them to show you HIV specific data from a recognized medical school or research institute. If they do not... Read more »
University of Miami School of MedicineHIV does not survive well in an open environment. No one has been identified with HIV due to contact with an environmental surface. One exception to this is in drug injection syringes, since these are airtight and often contain blood from the... Read more »
Columbia University's Health & Related ServicesUnfortunately, there is no exact answer to your question. There are many different variables that will determine how long HIV infected fluid will remain infectious in the environment. The type of fluid, the quantity of fluid, the amount of virus... Read more »
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Posted by tobeabetterman, 2 RepliesHi experts , I post this one because I read something from another famous forum and find many people confused on it ( including me , once have a same anxiety ).
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Posted by new2this2010This is great news.
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyThe below is plagerized from Gallant ( the guru!)
I know that the present antiretroviral medications do not actually kill the virus.
However, if the medications inhibit the virus from reproducing, doesn't the virus die
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesI have consistantly tested negative on several tests over the past two years. However, I keep getting symptoms of hiv and my t cells are lurking around the 400 range. I have more test results comminmg back on feb 4th.
Is there anyone else out there... Read more »
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