June 26, 2000
American Chemical Society
Researchers have created a new molecule that appears to survive in cells longer than existing treatments to combat the virus that leads to AIDS, according to a new study reported in the June 21 edition of the peer-reviewed Journal of the American Chemical Society, published by the world’s largest scientific society.
New Formulation Mimics Buttery Flavor of Higher-Fat Cheese
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