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Engineering Biomaterials for Better Vaccines

News   Feb 11, 2021 | Original story from AIP Publishing

 
Engineering Biomaterials for Better Vaccines

Researchers are studying the ways biomaterials can be used both to strengthen vaccines to fight viruses in the body and to build surfaces that would fight virus cells that landed on them. Credit: Sushma Kumari.

 
 
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