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Dual Antibody Attack Suppresses HIV in Monkeys

News   Mar 14, 2017 | Original Story from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH

 
Dual Antibody Attack Suppresses HIV in Monkeys

This protein-structure model shows how the broadly neutralizing antibodies 10-1074 (blue) and 3BNC117 (red) that were infused into the monkeys each bind to a different site on the SHIV spike (beige and pink), helping prevent the virus from escaping the antibodies. Credit: Gristick et al., Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 2016

 
 
 

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