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A new kind of influenza vaccine: One shot might do the trick


September 21, 2017

Certain proteins in the influenza virus remain constant year after year. Cornell University researchers are taking one of those conserved proteins, Matrix-2, and packaging it in a nanoscale, controlled-release "capsule" in an attempt to create a quick-acting, long-lasting, multi-strain vaccine against pandemic influenza A. Full Story

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