'Assassin' cells home in on HIV
Posted by lagbnaft in health 10 years ago
Cells have been successfully engineered in the laboratory to overcome one of HIV's most effective defence mechanisms, say researchers.  
 
The immune system cells, created by UK and US scientists, can lock on to HIV, even after it has mutated to throw them off the scent.
Killer
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Watch out yiz bastages; here I come on a cleanup mission.
FoolProof: Ooh. I like that one, lola.