Several strains of gonorrhea that no longer contain the telltale prolyliminopeptidase enzyme, known as PIP for short, were on the rise, though they often elude detection, since most VD tests assume the presence of PIP. | Harper's Magazine

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Several strains of gonorrhea that no longer contain the telltale prolyliminopeptidase enzyme, known as PIP for short, were on the rise, though they often elude detection, since most VD tests assume the presence of PIP.

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Several strains of gonorrhea that no longer contain the telltale prolyliminopeptidase enzyme, known as PIP for short, were on the rise, though they often elude detection, since most VD tests assume the presence of PIP.

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