American scientists have discovered a new HIV strain
The new strain is a piece of the M HIV-1 gathering. HIV has a wide range of subtypes and strains. Like different infections, it can change and transform after some time. This is the primary new Group M strain, found after the standards for subtype capability were presented in 2000. "This can really be a test for analytic tests," said senior corporate specialist Mary Rodgers. Her organization dissects over 60% of the world's blood holds and needs to search for new strains and screen these found.