Emory Fets $3.3M to Study Genomics of HIV Infection

The Yerkes National Primate Research Center has received a $3.3 million grant to study HIV infection at the level of the genome.

“Our study will measure thousands of genes that are turned off and on, referred to as the transcriptome, in patients and animals that get disease, and people who are receiving HIV-medication, and compare them to species that are AIDS-resistant,” noted Dr. Dr. Guido Silvestri, a faculty member in the IMP Program.

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