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Stories by William A. Haseltine

Beyond Chicken Soup

The antiviral era is upon us, with an array of virus-fighting drugs on the market and in development. Research into viral genomes is fueling much of this progress

November 16, 2001 — William A. Haseltine

Discovering Genes for New Medicines

By identifying human genes involved in disease, researchers can create potentially therapeutic proteins and speed the development of powerful drugs

March 1, 1997 — William A. Haseltine

The Molecular Biology of the AIDS Virus

HIV is genetically complex. An array of regulatory genes enables it to remain latent or replicate at various rates. This intricate control may underlie key features of the disease

October 1, 1988 — Flossie Wong-Staal and William A. Haseltine