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With H1N1 vaccine supplies delayed, attention turns to faster-to-make “virus-like particles.”
As new influenza strains emerge, researchers struggle to speed vaccine development.
A company is preparing human trials of a DNA-based, universal influenza vaccine.
Scientists look to tobacco plants for a norovirus vaccine.
A new approach to preventing cancer teaches the immune system to seek and destroy emerging tumors.
A new approach protects monkeys from a virus that closely resembles HIV.
Scientists are exploring faster approaches to making vaccines against the H1N1 virus.
A diverse group of antibodies may work together to neutralize the virus, suggesting a new approach to vaccination.
A new approach primes antibodies to instantly attack cancers, HIV, and other diseases.