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HIV Life Cycle and Structures : AIDS

Human immunodeficiency viruses situated in outside of the human cells, structure of HIV is lightly spherical and each particle is look like a growing spikes. each particle diameter is around the 100-150 billionths of a metre, Read more…

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Posted by Praveen - 22/01/2013 at 06:48

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Co-Infection of HIV and Hepatitis C

In the condition of co-infection of HIV and Hepatitis, increases the risk of impairment and neurocognition. This is proved by the research done by the one of the U.S.A research department, which is show the result of mono infected HIV and Hepatitis person and co-infected person of HIV and Hepatitis C. Read more…

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Posted by Praveen - 20/12/2012 at 00:28

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HIV Reactivation by Periodontal Diseases

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a lentivirus which causes AIDS in human beings and it has hit many families, communities & nations across the world. HIV infection leads to decreasing in immune system as well as CD4+ count in the human body. Read more…

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Posted by Cynthia D - 15/12/2012 at 00:02

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Cryptosporidium Characterization in HIV Patients with Diarrhoea

Multiple infection of Cryptosporidium species as well as with other intestinal parasites may happen in HIV patients with diarrhea and severely immunocompromised; common transmission is anthroponotic and possibility of zoonotic transmission from cats and aves. Read more…

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Posted by Katherine - 14/12/2012 at 02:37

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Role of Vitamin D in HIV Infected Patients

Several studies have suggested that there is a high deficiency of vitamin D in the HIV infected patient’s having the high risk factors of osteopenia and osteoporosis.  Vitamin D also plays an important role in immunological responses to the pathogens, Read more…

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Posted by Cynthia D - 04/12/2012 at 02:45

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New Discovery in HIV Drugs – Banana Lectins

BanLec (Banana Lectin) is a key protein of HIV-1 which can prevent sexual transmission of HIV by inhibiting HIV replication. It is a jacalin-related protein. Banana Lectins is a predominant protein in the pulp of ripe bananas and has binding efficiency to bind Read more…

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Posted by Katherine - 01/12/2012 at 00:41

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