HIV-Like Virus Edited Out of Primate Genome
Breakthrough brings Temple researchers and their collaborators closer to a cure for human HIV infection. "We show for the first time that a single inoculation of our CRISPR gene-editing construct, carried by an adeno-associated virus, can edit out the SIV genome from infected cells in rhesus macaque monkeys,". The report, which was published online November 27 in the journal Nature Communications.
HIV breakthrough at Temple University gets researchers closer to the cure