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[Content notes: HIV, needles, animal experiments.]

Ars Technica: new antibody suppresses spread of HIV-1 in infected individuals. The Nature Medicine: this appears to prevent infection of (some subtypes of) HIV-1 in humanised mice and macaques. Lots of potential for combination therapies -- and one subject (not using antiretroviral therapies) maintained viral suppression for over eight weeks post-infusion with this antibody (note that the antibody's halflife is 12.8 days in individuals infected with HIV-1).

(I didn't know about subtypes of HIV, but now I do! ; AVERT.)
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