Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, October 20th, 1997
Both centered on cytokines - the immune system signalling chemicals HIV depends on to get into the immune system cells that it infects.
Researchers have found that HIV needs a number of different receptors to get into cells. Many of the receptors are the same ones that cytokines use.
In a study published in the October 1, 1997, issue of Nature Medicine, David Weiner and colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania medical center said HIV may suppress the production of cytokines in its...
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