By Amy Norton

HealthDay Reporter

MONDAY, May well eleven, 2020 (HealthDay News) — An experimental vaccine seems to give monkeys prolonged security from an HIV-like infection — by “waking up” an arm of the immune technique that vaccines typically do not.

Specialists cautioned that animal analysis frequently does not pan out in individuals. The a long time of do the job towards an HIV vaccine has been a crystal clear example. But, researchers explained, this vaccine will work otherwise, focusing on two “arms” of the immune technique.

And they think the do the job probably has broader classes for vaccines