A new vaccine has been found to stop rhesus macaque moneys from infection with SIV, the monkey form of the HIV virus

New Vaccine Unexpectedly Suppresses HIV Infection In Monkeys

A new vaccine has been found to stop rhesus macaque monkeys from being infected with SIV, the monkey form of the HIV virus An international research team, with scientists based in Paris-Descartes University in France, as well as the University of Chinese Medicine in Guangzhou, China, has developed a new orally administered vaccine that was found to block the SIV …

Research success against SIV may lead the way for HIV vaccine

The apparent success of a vaccine against the highly pathogenic Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) may offer promise for a vaccine that protects humans against HIV. The novel vaccine used in the proof-of-concept study on rhesus macaques was based upon Heat Biologics' Immune Pan-Antigen Cytotoxic Therapy (ImPACT) technology that transforms cells so that they secrete the heat shock protein gp-96. The …