Gladstone scientists receive NIH funding for AIDS R&D

10/1/2013 | KGO-TV (San Francisco)

The National Institutes of Health awarded grants worth more than $12 million to two research groups from Gladstone Institutes in San Francisco that are working on therapeutic approaches to treat AIDS. The first project focuses on creating molecular parasites to drain HIV of cellular resources needed for replication. The second study is testing a certain class of drugs that target HIV-associated inflammation to prevent the death of key immune cells and therefore ward off AIDS.

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