In New Strategy to Fight AIDS, Einstein researchers genetically engineer immune cells into potent weapons in the fight against HIV infectionby outfitting the immune system killer cells with a new pair of genes, scientists transformed the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, she in mighty weapons, the cells with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS destroy infects. Its new strategy of genetically immune cells to kill their infection – fighting ability to redirect HIV-infected cells could lead to a entirely new approach to the fight against AIDS and other viral diseases.
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The researchers unstimulated mammalian cells and express PDK1L3 PKD2L1 with different flavor chemical to identify which stimuli cause the ion channels to show. To visualize presence of calcium ions in the cell, the scientists loading the cell having two calcium-sensitive fluorescent dyes – one which glowing green when the calcium concentration was high, another that glowed red if concentration was low.