“Programmable” Vaccines Fight Against Influenza, Ebola, Malaria in Mice Tests

In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, researchers from MIT have been able to successfully test programmable RNA vaccines on mice for Influenza, Ebola, and a strain similar to Malaria. Next, they plan to test these vaccines on Zika virus and Lyme disease. Read more at Digital Trends here, or at the M.I.T. website.

 

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