Friday, January 07, 2005

Genetic Mutation Protects against HIV Infection

Posted by Trent Walters at 5:02 AM
Researchers theorize that the gene for the CCR5 receptor arose to protect against another, earlier plague or disease. Another, less effective gene, CCL3L1, offers some protection by pumping out enough cytokines to block the virus from infecting.


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