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Intensive hunts are under way for natural HIV antibodies that can stop—or “neutralize”—the many variants of the constantly mutating AIDS virus Researchers have recently found several dozen broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) that are highly potent and work at low doses But viral immunologist Michael Farzan of the Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter Florida and 33 co-workers have recently taken a different strategy building a novel molecule based on our knowledge of how HIV infects cells HIV infects white blood cells by sequentially attaching to two receptors on their surfaces First HIV’s own surface protein gp120 docks on the cell’s CD4 receptor This attachment twists gp120 such that it exposes a region on the virus that can attach to the second cellular receptor CCR5 The new construct combines a piece of CD4 with a smidgen of CCR5 and attaches both receptors to a piece of an antibody In essence the AIDS virus locks onto the construct dubbed eCD4-Ig as though it were attaching to a cell and thus is neutralized In test-tube experiments eCD4-Ig outperformed all known natural HIV antibodies at stopping the virus from infecting cells Farzan’s team reports in this week’s issue of Nature To test how it works in animals they then put a gene for eCD4-Ig into a harmless virus and infected four monkeys; the virus forces the monkey’s cells to mass produce the construct When they “challenged” these monkeys and four controls with successively higher doses of an AIDS virus for up to 34 weeks none of the animals that received eCD4-Ig became infected whereas all of the untreated ones did The new study ups the ante on a similar gene therapy approach with natural antibodies that 6 years ago showed promise in monkey experiments says an accompanying Nature editorial by AIDS vaccine researcher Nancy Haigwood of Oregon Health & Science University in Beaverton “I am a huge fan of this paper” Haigwood says “It’s really very creative and a breakthrough as far as I am concerned” Pediatrician Philip Johnson of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania whose lab in 2009 showed success with a gene therapy that delivers an HIV bNAb adds that eCD4-Ig “is a beautiful thing” Building on work by Johnson’s group Farzan’s team stitched the gene for eCD4-Ig into an adeno-associated virus (AAV) that is harmless to humans Those viruses injected into monkey muscles continued to produce eCD4-Ig for the 40 weeks of the experiment “Everyone expects with AAV that this can go on forever” Farzan says The animals had no detectable immune response against the eCD4-Ig presumably because it is so similar to pieces of their own cells Not everyone is convinced that eCD4-Ig will ultimately work better than natural HIV antibodies Virologist David Baltimore a Nobel laureate based at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena is working with a group developing its own AAV gene therapy that delivers an HIV bNAb He describes the eCD4-Ig chimera and the paper as “impressive” and says he welcomes this new approach But Baltimore who like Johnson has already moved into early phase human trials with his gene therapy notes that the new work offers only test-tube and animal data “It’s perhaps a better construct than the antibodies we’ve been using but it’s a matter of how it plays out in human trials” Baltimore says “I don’t think it’s easy to tell how that will happen” Johnson agrees that eCD4-Ig may not work as well as bNAbs in humans but also says the natural antibodies even if they have less potency and breadth may be powerful enough to stop HIV “How good is good enough” Johnson asks “Nobody has a clue about that The only way you would know really is to do a bake-off in a human trial” Farzan says in theory at least it will be harder for the virus to mutate its way around eCD4-Ig than a bNAb because HIV needs to bind to CD4 and CCR5 Whether any of these gene therapies will prove safe and practical remains to be seen Farzan for his part has more experiments planned before moving into humans “We need to do a lot more monkey studies to see if there’s anything weird” he saysMax Perutz a founding father of molecular biology died yesterday in Cambridge United Kingdom He was 87 Perutz and his colleague John Kendrew were the first to pin down the three-dimensional shape of a protein Their work on the structure of hemoglobin and myoglobin earned them the 1962 Nobel Prize for Chemistry Perutz was born in 1914 in Vienna Austria He moved to Cambridge in 1936 to study under eminent x-ray crystallographer J D Bernal and kept working primarily at Cambridge until last year He is most famous for his work on hemoglobin the molecule that shuttles oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body and gives blood its deep red hue Perutz labored for more than 20 years to piece together the protein’s three-dimensional structure from two-dimensional x-ray pictures a feat one biographer likened to capturing the structure of Notre Dame Cathedral by taking close-up pictures with a pinhole camera Perutz himself called it a "forlorn undertaking" The key he eventually discovered was to add heavy atoms such as mercury to the protein and compare how different types of atoms slightly shifted the picture When the structure was finally unveiled in 1959 it was a gigantic step toward understanding how proteins work says Tony Wilkinson a molecular biologist at the University of York "Everyone knew the formidable capacity of proteins–but there was no sense of the shape the three dimensions" After determining the structure Perutz worked for many more years on hemoglobin and discovered how the protein binds and releases oxygen He submitted his last paper–on the molecular causes of Huntington’s disease–for publication on 20 December The field of molecular biology that Perutz helped create has grown tremendously: the Protein Data Bank now holds more than 13000 protein structures and nowadays new entries "come thick and fast" Wilkinson says "How we think 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