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Zika Vaccine Vector May Protect Without Inducing Antibodies

News   Dec 20, 2018 | Original story from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln

 
T Cell-biased Adenovirus Could be Ideal Zika Vaccine Vector

Eric Weaver, assistant professor in the School of Biological Sciences, Brigette Corder, graduate student in biology in glasses at left, and Brianna Bullard, graduate student in biology, are researching Zika virus. Image credit: Craig Chandler, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 
 
 

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