VSV Might Be Useful For Humans

Yale University lab researchers recently modified the vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) to kill HIV-infected human cells. Even better, the human VSV left the human cells unharmed. Such a treatment might swiftly stop HIV progression in a person, according to John Rose, Ph.D., study co-author. Human trials will proceed if VSV tests underway in monkeys are successful.

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