Computationally engineered HIV therapy cocktail significantly reduces the likelihood of viral rebound

Using computational methods, the development of an HIV therapy cocktail based on the genetics of the virus was found to increase the effectiveness of the treatment. According to the results of a study published in eLife.1 By selecting specific combinations of bNAbs that analyze the genes of viruses, computer-based cocktails can make HIV treatment more …

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