|The human immunodeficiency virus has killed more than 25 million people since it was identified in 1981. |
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Human immunodeficiency virus is a highly mutable virus with more than 1.2 million recorded mutations and over 40,000 phenotypes.
Taking anti-HIV drugs in combination can reduce the chance of developing drug-resistant HIV strains. But which combination works best, and for whom?
ViroLab is stepping up to provide grid-based decision support for physicians answering these questions, in the form of a collaborative virtual laboratory.