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Finding an HIV/AIDS Vaccine: Advances in the Mechanism of Naturally Occurring HIV Antibodies

Kira Düsterwald

HIV/AIDS vaccine research is a hot topic at the moment with advances in South Africa, a country with one of the world's highest HIV prevalences, detailing a mechanism by which HIV neutralising antibodies develop naturally in some individuals - antibodies that kill almost 88% of HIV strains. This important new finding, recently published in Nature , could provide clues for a new approach towards vaccine development.

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