Tag: HIV vaccine

Innovation, Research

Experimental vaccine elicits antibodies that can neutralize multiple HIV strains

November 21, 2019

Via: The Medical News

An experimental HIV vaccine developed by scientists at Scripps Research and the nonprofit vaccine research organization IAVI has reached an important milestone by eliciting antibodies that can neutralize a wide variety of HIV strains. The tests, in rabbits, showed that […]

Innovation, Research

Financial math may help build a better HIV vaccine

April 10, 2017

Via: ScienceDaily Health

What do particle diffusion in liquids and stock price prediction have to do with building a better HIV vaccine? According to University of Iowa microbiologist Hillel Haim, you can apply concepts from the first two to predict the evolution of […]

Innovation, Research

HIV vaccine steps closer with new insights into broadly neutralizing antibodies

September 28, 2016

Via: Medical News Today

Scientists reveal new insights into the human body’s ability to produce broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV that promise to open new avenues for vaccine development. Once the HIV enters the body, the immune system starts to produce antibodies to fight […]

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Team discovers new HIV vaccine target

May 13, 2016

Via: ScienceDaily Health

A team led by scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has reported a research trifecta. They discovered a new vulnerable site on HIV for a vaccine to target, a broadly neutralizing antibody that binds to that target site, […]