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August 21, 1989 | Compiled from staff and wire reports
Researchers from the National Cancer Institute report that four fatty substances found in common ocean algae protected cells of the human immune system against attack by the AIDS virus. The extracts, called sulfolipids, come from the membranes of chlorophyll-containing cells and are found in many plants, algae and micro-organisms.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1989 | Compiled from staff and wire reports
Researchers from the National Cancer Institute report that four fatty substances found in common ocean algae protected cells of the human immune system against attack by the AIDS virus. The extracts, called sulfolipids, come from the membranes of chlorophyll-containing cells and are found in many plants, algae and micro-organisms.
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