Babies will help to find a cure for HIV
During the first year of life the body of an HIV-infected child develops antibodies to fight the virus — according to U.S. researchers, whose article was published in the journal Nature Medicine. These antibodies broad-spectrum was discovered relatively recently. Their main advantage and distinctive feature is the efficiency in the fight against human immunodeficiency virus.
Scientists will study the mechanism of antibody production, in the future, with their help it was possible to treat and adults. Every year, a dangerous virus infected 35 million people, and scientists believe the antibodies of broad-spectrum most likely means of combating the disease.