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Researchers identify toehold for HIV's assault on brain

... first treatment for the neurological effects of HIV, known collectively as neuroaids or HIV dementia. Scientists have known that Tat, which helps HIV operat...ness, poor coordination, confusion, and gait disturbances. In later stages, neuroaids can cause outright dementia. Gelbard's team discovered that Tat works th...
neuroAIDS in Biological News

Researchers seek to design first treatment for neuroAIDS

...ssue, reducing function. Thus, researchers believe a successful therapy for neuroaids will need to combine standard antiviral combination therapy with new drugs ...Institutes of Mental Health designed to convert basic neuroscience into new neuroaids drugs. Based on their work, Stephen Dewhurst, Ph.D., dean's professor of...

Experimental vaccine protects nonhuman primates when given after exposure to Marburg virus

...Howard Fox, associate professor at Scripps Research and director of Scripps neuroaids Preclinical Studies center, who led the study. "Over the long-term, this im...ut since people are living longer with the virus, the overall prevalence of neuroaids appears to be increasing. "Now that we're better at treating the immune...

Immune response to HIV in the brain

...Howard Fox, associate professor at Scripps Research and director of Scripps neuroaids Preclinical Studies center, who led the study. "Over the long-term, this im...ut since people are living longer with the virus, the overall prevalence of neuroaids appears to be increasing. "Now that we're better at treating the immune...
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