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T Cell Recognition Diversity Linked to HIV Control

News   Feb 04, 2019 | Original Story by Diane Mar-Nicolle for Simon Fraser University.

 
T Cell Recognition Diversity Linked to HIV Control

Simon Fraser University professor Mark Brockman (l) is part of an international research team that is investigating a connection between infection control and how well antiviral T cells respond to diverse HIV sequences. Credit: SFU.

 
 
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