"HIV Clue Announced" American Medical News (03/01/93) Vol. 36, No. 9, P. 25 A chemical transformation in cells that helps explain how HIV spreads has been discovered by researchers at the Webb-Warring Institute in Denver, Colo. According to the scientists, HIV quells production of a vital enzyme called superoxide dismutase. The researchers are testing human cell cultures to elucidate if a drug can inhibit HIV's ability to suppress the enzyme. If they are able to safeguard the enzyme's levels in cells, the time HIV stays inactive could be prolonged. Source: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National AIDS Clearinghouse Copyright 1995, Information, Inc., Bethesda, MD This is interesting considering that Ozone stimulates the production of superoxide dismutase.