NIAID Researchers Develop Mathematical Approach for Identifying Effective HIV Antibodies | GenomeWeb

Scientists from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have developed a mathematical algorithm that can identify broadly neutralizing antibodies in blood samples.

The antibodies, called bNAbs for short, can combat infection by the majority of HIV strains. As such, the researchers believe that their tool could help speed up efforts to develop a vaccine for HIV as well as other viral diseases.

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