Published in AIDS Weekly, December 4th, 1995
Recent research has shown that the onset of AIDS is directly related to the extent of HIV replication in the host. Any treatment which significantly inhibits HIV replication has the potential to delay progression to AIDS.
French researchers, Vincent Vieillard et al., explored the possibility of utilizing the multiple antiviral activities of interferon-(beta) (IFN-(beta)) in a somatic cell gene therapy protocol against HIV infection ("Autocrine Interferon-(beta) Synthesis for Gene Therapy of HIV Infection: Increased Resistance to HIV-1 in Lymphocytes...
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