Published in Blood Weekly, February 8th, 1999
Writing in the journal Science, Inder Verma and a team of colleagues at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, said their highly abbreviated HIV virus successfully "infected" mice with human blood cells.
Better yet, they think they hit some of the stem cells - the so-called nursery cells that give rise to all other cells. In the blood, such...
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