Flu or even staph infections can be applied.

Willerth says that the methods they are used to other difficult – to-treat viruses such as swine flu, flu or even staph infections can be applied. Study all these different versions we have to replicate millions of times, especially complex complex viruses like HIV, explains Willerth Because this research method requires a large amount of genetic material and there are high obvious risks of duplicating. Infectious viruses, scientists have avoided doing this Our research was unique because of the method we used. Insulated we the genetic material of HIV, so that they are no longer alive, replicated replicated .

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