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" the 1980s, Massa witnessed the rise of the AIDS epidemic. Back then researchers knew very little about the disease. But in the mid 1990s, "when the [PI] medication was introduced, from one day to another, there was hope again.

With [Andrew] Zolopa's scientific guidance and Massimo Massa's emotional insight, [David] Putnam created a series of three 36x48 inch acrylic paintings that use a vivid array of colors and textures to portray the process of protease inhibition and the silencing of HIV replication."

Read more: Protease inhibitors: from clinic to canvas - The Scientist - Magazine of the Life Sciences

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Comment by Barone Antonio Massa on October 28, 2011 at 8:03am
This is one of the best achievement I have accomplished.


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