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​‘Molecular scissors’ could be key to cutting off diseases including HIV infection

Dr. Li Wu, professor of veterinary biosciences and microbial infection and immunity in Ohio State’s Center for Retrovirus Research and his team were featured in Ohio State News for their discovery of a new method in combating diseases such as HIV infection and autoimmune disorders that could involve changing how a naturally occurring enzyme called SAMHD1 and how it works to influence the immune system. The study, led by researchers from Wu's lab, details how the enzyme influences proteins that stimulate the immune response. Read more on Ohio State News

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Monday, November 18, 2019 - 8:45am