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Scientists identify new human genes controlling HIV infection
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Viruses are parasites. The only way they can grow is by hijacking their hosts. When they infect a human host, viruses use human proteins to multiply and ...

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Study unravels how our immune system deals with fungal and viral infections
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The body's immune response to fungal infections changes when a patient is also infected by a virus, according to new research which investigated the two types ...

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New Zealand’s needle exchanges helped reduced HIV transmissions
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New Zealand has avoided the high HIV rates seen among high-risk groups in other countries, a new study shows. Source link

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Technology provides a new way to probe single molecules
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A new technology called individual ion mass spectrometry, or I2MS, can determine the exact mass of a huge range of intact proteins. Source link

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Drinking weakens bones of people living with HIV: study
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For people living with HIV, any level of alcohol consumption is associated with lower levels of a protein involved in bone formation, raising the risk of ...

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To predict an epidemic, evolution can’t be ignored
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Whether it's coronavirus or misinformation, scientists can use mathematical models to predict how something will spread across populations. But what happens ...

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HIV reservoirs in humans: Immediate antiretroviral therapy makes them 100 times smaller
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HIV hides in reservoirs during antiretroviral therapy (ART). These viral sanctuaries are the reason why ART is not a cure. And research teams have striven for ...

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Survival of the fittest: How primate immunodeficiency viruses are evolving
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Researchers found that unlike immunodeficiency viruses (IVs) that infect other primates, the IV that infects the greater spot-nosed monkey is able to ...

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Long-acting cabotegravir, rilpivirine noninferior in HIV-1
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(HealthDay)—For patients with HIV-1 suppression, long-acting cabotegravir plus rilpivirine is noninferior to oral therapy with ...

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Influenza: Combating bacterial superinfection with the help of the microbiota
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Researchers have shown in mice that perturbation of the gut microbiota caused by the influenza virus favors secondary bacterial superinfection. These results ...

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Powerful sequencing technology sheds light on D.C.’s HIV epidemic
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Despite significant progress against HIV/AIDS, the nation's capital is still battling an HIV epidemic with rates that are five times higher than the national ...

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Chest CT findings in coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pneumonia
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New research on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a multi-center study (n=101) of the relationship between chest CT findings and the clinical conditions of ...

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