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World Vaccine Congress Lyon

15 Oct 2012 - 18 Oct 2012 - Lyon, France



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The 13th annual World Vaccine Congress Lyon is the vaccine conference addressing all major vaccine markets including Influenza, HPV, Pneumococcal and Meningococcal. It’s an exclusive gathering of the cutting edge companies and leading solution providers in the Vaccine industry. It is a place where innovation is showcased, solutions are found and learning is done.



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Shedding Light on HIV Vaccine Design
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Vortex Ring Freezing Applications
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Examining Immune Memory
Researchers investigate the 'storage/research for the future' functions of antibodies and understanding of B cells.
Expanding the Stable of Workhorse Yeasts
New genome sequences target the next generation of yeasts with improved biotechnology uses.
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