Scientists report: HIV has protection factors, which do not allow to perceive the virus to the immune system. Data published in the journal Live Science. The cap of invisibility allows the agent to escape from the protective properties of immune cells, says a team from University College London, who studied this problem at the molecular level.
The action of the virus lies in the recruitment of certain blood cells responsible for immunity. These processes do not allow to expand the protection of the organism that is the cause of frequent development of diseases that are not related to HIV.
Scientists believe that this discovery will allow you to take innovative measures in the treatment of AIDS and HIV. In the future, a team of scientists plans to develop new products based on modern technologies.