Human T-lymphotropic virus type I, often referred to simply as the human T-lymphotropic virus (HTLV).
HTLV-II stands for human T-lymphotropic virus type II, which is closely related to HTLV-I.
HTLV-III is now known as the human immunodeficiency virus or HIV.
The human T-lymphotropic virus type II, which is closely related to HTLV-I.
The human T-lymphotropic virus type III. An obsolete term for the human immunodeficiency virus or HIV.
- Hughes Investigator
Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
- Hughlings Jackson, John
(1835-1911) English physician who pioneered the development of neurology as a medical specialty during the reign of Queen Victoria. John Hughlings Jackson has been called the “father of English neurology.” Jackson made a number of scientific discoveries in several areas of higher nervous activity and language, and contributed greatly to the study of various types […]
Human Genome Organization, the international organization concerned with researching and mapping the human genes.