A method for developing antibodies with the ability to kill multiple strains
of the human
immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was announced by South African scientists
working with US researchers.
Broadly neutralising antibodies
"We need to understand how to make better antibodies
to HIV. We can learn that from people who are already infected, because a small
proportion of them [infected people] make these broadly neutralising
antibodies," she told reporters in Johannesburg.
US vaccine research centre
Find Clues to How the Body Fights Off HIV