CWRU HIV researchers develop way to spot mutations

Case Western Reserve University, Population Genetics Technologies form HIV research partnership

March 12, 2015 in Crain’s Cleveland Business

A British company developing a way to spot mutations in the HIV virus has formed a partnership with Case Western Reserve University. The university will help Population Genetics Technologies develop tests designed to determine whether a person with the HIV virus is becoming resistant to drugs used to treat it. The Cambridge-based company will work with Miguel Quiñones-Mateu, Ph.D., a researcher with a long history in the field of HIV diagnostic technology.

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