Medications

How a novel drug pushes the HIV capsid to breaking point

Just over a year ago, the European Union and the US Food and Drug Administration approved a new anti-retroviral drug to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections. Lenacapavir is the first drug available to patients ...

Oncology & Cancer

New strategy for safer CAR T cell therapy in lymphomas

In treating aggressive lymphomas and blood cancer (leukemia), chimeric antigen receptor T cells (CAR T cells) are increasingly being used. For this therapy, immune cells are taken from patients and programmed by means of ...

Medical research

How does HIV get into the cell's center to kickstart infection?

UNSW medical researcher Dr. David Jacques and his team have discovered how the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) breaches the cell nucleus to establish infection, a finding that has implications beyond HIV biology.

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