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New genetic variant associated with HIV viral load

For the first time in over two decades, researchers have identified a genetic variant associated with HIV infection. The work, […]

Towards a cure for HIV

Written by Charlotte Harrison, Science Writer. HIV infection can be managed with antiretroviral therapy (ART) but cannot be cured because […]

Highly virulent HIV variant found in the Netherlands

Researchers have reported that for the past few decades a highly virulent variant of HIV-1 has been circulating in the […]

Exosome-mediated epigenetic repression of HIV

A new study has used exosomes to deliver novel proteins into the cells of HIV infected mice to prevent the […]

An up-close view of HIV

Researchers have recreated the first steps of infection by HIV in a test tube, providing an up-close access to the […]

HIV: origins, treatment and the continued stigma

The first person to be cured of HIV, Timothy Ray Brown, died last week from a recurrence of leukaemia. His […]

Elite controller: Third patient to recover from HIV-1

Researchers have reported that a third patient, referred to as an elite controller, has recovered from HIV-1 infection. Furthermore, this […]

The State Of: Multi-Omics

This feature was written by Taylor Fulton-Ward. The advent of multi-omics, or the combination of different omics for analysis, has […]

A picture is worth 1000 words: Is scientific illustration a lost art?

A picture is worth 1,000 words, and there is perhaps no field where this is truer than in science. Behind […]

The State Of: Antimicrobial Resistance

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the most pressing public health threats we will face in our lifetimes. In fact, […]