Scientists discover 2 antibodies that neutralize HIV

09/3/2009 | Reuters

U.S. scientists who screened the blood of 1,800 HIV patients identified two antibodies -- PG9 and PG16 -- that could counteract the AIDS virus by attacking a portion that HIV uses in infecting cells. They believe the findings could lead to a better way of developing an effective vaccine against AIDS.

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