HIV reservoir cells have surface proteins that aid in evading immune attack

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New research suggests that reservoir cells’ surfaces more frequently contain proteins that help them evade the immune system’s detection as well as improve their resilience against attack. Though these biomarkers are not universal, they may eventually lead to therapies that target these cells, allowing for drug-free HIV remission.

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