Cows produce powerful HIV antibodies

In a first, researchers elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies against the virus in an animal

brown cow

WOW COW  A special feature of bovine antibodies seems key to why cows in a new study were able to generate broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV.

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