A method for the treatment of the AIDS virus in a mammal, which method comprises administering to the mammal having the AIDS virus a therapeutic. effective amount of a human antispermatozoal antibody, or monoclonal antibodies derived therefrom, used alone or in combination with plasma, serum or purified immunoglobulin, and combinations thereof.
A substituted piperazine switterion composition containing, for example, as an active ingredient, HEPES (N-2 Hydroxyethylpiperazine-N-2 Ethane Sulfonic Acid). and method useful for treatment of cancer, autoimmune, arthritis and other mammalian diseases.
There is a method and system for a bidirectional firewall in computer communications, which utilizes the transfer of information from an optical display to a separate server thereby eliminating unauthorized entry into the server and prohibiting access to the stored information. This may include a computer communication system for the transmission or receiving of data, of both, which system comprises, data processor server computer; a terminal for the computer; a data processor connected; a display monitor to display data from the terminal; and an optical scanner to receive or transmit data from the data processor to the display monitor. The optical scanner is constructed and arranged to create an electronic security gap between the display monitor and the data processor and computer.