1 Understanding the slow degradation of memory CD4 + cells in HIV infection.

###1 ‘Understanding the slow degradation of memory CD4 + cells in HIV infection,’PLoS Medicine, May 2007Andrew Yates , Rustom Antia , Robin Callard Department of Biology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA Centre for Mathematics and Physics in the Life Sciences and Experimental Biology, UK Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London, UK Centre for Integrative Systems Biology at Imperial College, Imperial College London, UK Immunology Unit, Institute of Child Health, UK2 About Imperial College London rated as the world’s ninth best university in the 2006 Times Higher Education Supplement University Rankings, Imperial College London is a science-based institution with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research, 500 students and 6,000 staff of the highest international quality attracts..

Displays However, this new study published in PLoS Medicine, that this theory explain explain the very slow the depletion that occurs in HIV infection. The research team used a mathematical model of the processes T-helpercells are produced and eliminated to show if the outliers correct theory, then T-helper cell numbers would fall to very low levels over a number of months, not years.The cohort studies of and British U.S. Scientists carried out , represent a breakthrough in the, like You have genes that are genes s disease ‘s disease 5 to 10.

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