Cows Could Successfully Suppress HIV Virus
The discovering of cow’s ability to suppress the reproduction of HIV virus was called an important step to HIV cure by the american scientists. The immune system of a cow begin to produce special antibodies in one or two weeks after the virus have entered the blood.
“From the early days of the epidemic, we have recognised that HIV is very good at evading immunity, so exceptional immune systems that naturally produce broadly neutralising antibodies to HIV are of great interest - whether they belong to humans or cattle." - said Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
With the help of cows, scientists may find a cure for HIV for human. The way how cow’s antibodies inhibit the virus could inspire the researchers for the development of HIV vaccine of cure for HIV. Specialists will profit a lot by finding learning new from immune responses across the animal kingdom,"
All the results of the scientists from the Texas A&M University were published in the Nature journal.