Biomarker Opens New Door in HIV Cure Research

For the first time, investigators have found a biomarker that identifies some cells latently infected with HIV.

The molecule, dubbed CD32a, is found on the surface of about half of the latently infected CD4-positive T cells, but not on uninfected cells or those with an active HIV infection, according to Monsef Benkirane, PhD, of the Institute of Human Genetics in Montpellier, France, and colleagues. Read More


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