Study: HIV-salmonella link could aid in vaccine development

04/23/2010 | Reuters

British and Malawian researchers discovered that HIV-infected adults have high levels of salmonella antibodies, but they attach to the wrong part of the bacteria and are rendered ineffective. The finding could help doctors improve treatment of HIV patients, as well as aid in the development of vaccines that can protect HIV patients from other infections.

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