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pictured: HIV traveling through the bloodstream The groundbreaking study was conducted by researchers at the University of Alberta as a joint effort between the mathematical and statistical science and neurology departments.
The scientists created a model that can track the progression and development of an HIV infection in the brain.
Roughly 30 percent of America's 1.2 million people with HIV have reached an undetectable viral load.Weston Roda, a Ph D student at the university, said: 'The nature of the HIV virus allows it to travel across the blood-brain barrier in infected macrophage - or white blood cell - as early as two weeks after infection.'Antiretroviral drugs, the therapy of choice for HIV, cannot enter the brain so easily.He asked for more and I said no and he started to get angry.'He wasn't threatening to punch me, he wasn't huffing and puffing, but he was saying: "You need to if we're going to be together, I need someone who's spontaneous."'I was saying: 'I don't really want to do it.
It's horrible to do it in a car in the middle of nowhere.Roda added: 'Our next steps are to understand other viral reservoirs, like the gut, and develop models similar to this one, as well as understand latently infected cell populations in the brain.'With the antiretroviral therapy, infected cells can go into a latent stage.