Scientists eliminate HIV from live animal for first time

American scientists have used CRISPR gene-editing to remove HIV from the genomes of aliving mouse, eliminating the infection in its entirely. This achievement is regarded as amajor step toward finding a cure for HIV. The research team, led by Dr. Wenhui Hu, aChinese American, first deactivated HIV-1 through gene-editing in 2014.

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