Structure of simian virus very similar to human. / SUPERSTOCK / AGE FOTOSTOCK
Three days is what it takes for the virus simian immunodeficiency (SIV), the most similar to HIV, to reach reservoirs (cells in which it is to siemrpe) microorganism. The measurement, which made scientific accuracy of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, is key to preventing the affected macaque becomes a carrier for life VIS. The study sheds light on what happens in humans with HIV, and explains some of the latest achievements and disappointments that research has this infectious agent in recent years. The work is published in the latest edition ofNature.