HIV removed from infected cells in new procedure

06/28/2007 | Forbes

Scientists report success in removing HIV from infected cells by engineering an enzyme that attacks the DNA of the HIV and removes it from the infected cell. Researchers said the development offers some hope for HIV-positive patients, but they said the treatment was still far from being a reality.

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