Immune system uses a “leash” to restrict HIV’s spread

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 - 17:56 in Health & Medicine

New research shows how an antiviral protein, tetherin, lashes newborn viral particles to infected cells, slowing the spread of infection. Understanding how this immune system defense works against HIV, Ebola and other deadly viruses could lead to better antiviral therapies.

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