In laboratory experiments on human semen samples they identified a second set of fibrils – semenogelins larger proteins larger proteins called – that enhance HIV infection as SEVI does. Removing these and other positively charged components from semen reduces HIV ability to infect CD4 T white blood cells. Found further confirmation of the role of these fibrils in the HIV infection, Roan and Greene that semen samples from naturally naturally deficient in semenogelins – called a disorder ejaculatory obstruction – had increased by a limited ability to HIV infection.
‘The partnership with Springer in 2009 should help JNHA become more visible, especially in the international arena, high quality scientific items will be on its electronic platform This undoubtedly is the number of hits and downloads of articles and lead to a higher impact factor ‘, the journal editor-in-chief Professor Bruno Vella explained. Bruno Vellas is also the President Elect of the international Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics and Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the IAGG World Congress which Paris Paris in July 2009.. Read More