Scientists discover new AIDS virus

Scientists discover new AIDS virus

Scientists discover new AIDS virus|Scientists have been able to detect new viruses that cause AIDS. US experts have been able to detect a new virus that causes AIDS disease, known as silent cataracts. Experts identify significant new viruses in the spread of the AIDS virus Human Immune Defense Virus HIV. This is the first time in the last 19 years that experts have been able to detect any new virus that causes the disease. Experts at the pharmaceutical company Abbott have teamed up with US experts to diagnose a new HIV-infected virus through a blood test, according to a report in the science journal GIDS. According to the report, the new virus discovered by experts is not new, it is old, but now the virus has been identified.

Experts acknowledge that the new virus has been discovered through new rules and tests designed to diagnose HIV or AIDS. Experts have called the newly discovered virus a ‘subtype’, which is part of HIV-causing virus Group One. Group One M refers to the combination of viruses in human blood that causes HIV, the aforementioned group of viruses is named’ because it plays an important role in HIV. And the word M is derived from Major. According to new research, the new HIV virus discovered by experts is, in fact, part of the same group, though scientists are still hiding the virus.
The new HIV virus was discovered worldwide after testing 60 blood samples, the report said. Experts believe the aforementioned virus plays the most important role in the spread of HIV, but it needs further research. It is important to note that the total number of HIV-causing viruses in-group group M is about 10 in 10 viruses, and among these, the new virus detected is also one of the subtypes. Experts say the aforementioned virus was already there, but scientists were unaware of its existence or had difficulty identifying it. The aforementioned research is being regarded as an important milestone in the diagnosis of HIV and AIDS before it was last published in 2000 in connection with the diagnosis of the disease.
Initially, HIV is diagnosed through a human blood test, followed by advanced tests of the affected person. The disease is also called silent cataract and it is believed that most victims do not even know that they are the victim.