Unsure how to explain a trispecific antibody. Please explain further.- Aaron
This is a great question! Trispecific antibodies are components of the immune system that can target 3 areas on HIV. A trispecfic antibody for HIV is not naturally produced, so scientists create these antibodies in the lab or try to illict your body to make these antibodies. Once created, the theory is that HIV could not escape each part of the antibody. It would be like combination treatment!