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ADDomer – A New Kind of Vaccine for Untreatable Infection

Video   Sep 27, 2019 | Taken from the University of Bristol

 

Scientists from the University of Bristol, CNRS and Imophoron Ltd worked with the computer technology giant Oracle to develop a new kind of vaccine that needs no refrigeration.

They used synthetic biology, cryo-electron microscopy and high-performance cloud computing to produce a candidate vaccine against the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus.

Their findings could revolutionise the way vaccines are designed, developed and stored.

 
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