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Abbott Researchers Discover First New HIV Strain in 20 Years

19:00 EST 6 Nov 2019 | BioSpace

Through the use of cutting-edge gene sequencing, a team of researchers from Abbott Laboratories discovered a new strain of HIV, the first time a new subtype of HIV-1 has been identified in nearly 20 years.

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