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HIV in Blood Different Than in Semen, Scientists Say

HIV-1 in semen is different than HIV-1 in blood, possibly due to changes it undergoes in the genital tract, scientists have found.

In their study, the researchers sought to better understand the process by which HIV -- the virus that causes AIDS -- is transmitted. They compared the gene encoding the major surface protein of HIV-1 in semen and blood.

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