Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Found, Antibodies Capable Against HIV Virus

Recent research has held the University of Melbourne uncovered immunity against HIV. They then developed a vaccine to build up antibodies against the virus.

By analyzing the role of human antibodies called ADCC in HIV patients, researchers were able to identify the involvement of the virus with antibodies.

Professor Stephen Kent and one of his colleagues said, "Antibody ADCC has strong implications in protection against HIV in several trials of vaccines, but their role is not understood with certainty."

"These results show the HIV virus is very easy to move, but it proved too ADCC antibodies capable of preventing the virus develops more quickly and make it weaker," said Kent.

There are also, a good ADCC antibodies could actually be used to fight infection through vaccine and stop it. The results of this study have been published in the May 2011 issue of the journal PNAS.


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