Published in AIDS Weekly, March 25th, 1996
The findings provide insight into ways vaccines might be used to prevent the sexual transmission of HIV.
"No single immune response is protective," said researcher Thomas Lehner of Guys Hospital, London, England.
"We suggest that three successive immune barriers, from the epithelium, towards the iliac lymph nodes, and then the circulating immune cells and antibodies may each play a part in preventing viral transmission or decreasing the viral load."
Lehner reported the...
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