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R

abbreviation for rex or regina, ‘king’ or ‘queen’. The initial letter is used in proceedings, especially English criminal proceedings, to indicate that the Crown is the plaintiff or, more usually, prosecutor: R v. Haddock In Scotland, prosecutions run in the name of Her (or His) Majesty's Advocate, hence cases are cited HMAv. McFable.
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The medicine contains three Enzo-developed antisense genes designed to interfere with the functioning of two HIV-1 genes essential for virus growth in human cells.
NYSE:ENZ) reported today that new data on the first individual treated in the Phase 1 clinical trial of HGTV-43, the Company's HIV-1 gene medicine product, show that after nine-and-one-half-months Enzo engineered cells have successfully engrafted in the patient's bone marrow and were spawning new differentiated CD4+ cells designed to fight the virus.
These VLP's have certain 'conserved' HIV-1 gene sequences which do not change; therefore these neutralizing antibodies may be very effective -- all important characteristics for development of a safe and effective HIV vaccine.