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The paper defined acquired immunedeficiency syndrome AIDS as a hematological abnormality rather than aclinical abnormality. Viruses that cause AIDS in man and animals are reviewed.Suggestion that human immune deficiency virus HIV which causes HIV-AIDS inman is a mutant of simian immune deficiency virus SIV which causes SIV-AIDSin nonhuman primates is also re-viewed. For a simple test to enable researchersin the developing countries which have the highest incidences of HIV-AIDS, jointhe global search for more effective treatment for the pandemic, direct passivehemagglutination test has been developed for in vitro testing of drugs, herbsand minerals that may have antiretroviral effects. Also reviewed are thesimilarities in pathogenesis of HIV infection in man and pathogenesis of infectious bursa disease virus IBDV in chicks to assess possibility ofdeveloping vaccine for HIV-AIDS. Finally, antiretroviral effects of medicinalsynthetic aluminum-magnesium silicate as cure for HIV-AIDS were reviewed.


HIV, In Vitro Test, Prospect of Vaccine, A Potential Cure

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Ezeibe, M. and Ogbonna, I. 2015 Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Man and Animals—A Review. World Journal of AIDS, 5, 50-57. doi: 10.4236-wja.2015.51006.

Autor: Maduike C. O. Ezeibe*, Ijeoma J. Ogbonna



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