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Genetic difference may govern the success of HIV treatment (BBC News)

 
  January, 8 2002 21:14
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Dr. M. Schwab and collegue at University Hospital Lausanne in Switzerland found that in patients with HIV-1 processing one particular gene type, called MDR1 3435C/T resulting in variability of the membrane transporter P-glycoprotein, there was a far greater increase in certain key immune system cells following treatment.

Full press coverage in BBC News, Jan 8, 2002.


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