Ciphergen Applies its Protein Chip to Two AIDS Research Partnerships | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Feb. 14 - Scientists from two prestigious AIDS research lab will work with Ciphergen Biosystems in a pair of collaborations designed to profile immunological proteins in long-term non-progressors, a class of patient who have had HIV for decades but who have not developed AIDS.

 

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