Researchers from Duke University have Discovered a Way to Elicit an Immune Response in Individuals Infected With HIV-1, the Most Common Form of the Virus

HIV Vaccine on the Horizon: Researchers Design HIV Immunogens

Researchers from Duke University have Discovered a Way to Elicit an Immune Response in Individuals Infected With HIV-1, the Most Common Form of the Virus The director of the Duke Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology and Duke Human Vaccine Institute, Dr.Barton Haynes, recently published his teams findings in the reputable scientific journal ‘Cell.’ In a previous study led by Hayes …

Theraclone Sciences Announces Identification of New Vulnerable Site on HIV Using Antibodies

Study Published in Immunity in Collaboration with The Scripps Research Institute and IAVI April 25, 2014 Theraclone Sciences, Inc., a therapeutic antibody discovery and development company, today announced the publication of data in the May issue of Immunity regarding antibodies with significant potency and breadth against human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The study, titled “Broadly neutralizing HIV antibodies define a novel glycan-dependent epitope on the …