Japanese scientists aim for comprehensive bird flu vaccine

03/10/2008 | Google

Japanese researchers are working on a comprehensive vaccine against bird flu that involves injecting people with liposomes, bits of fat that carry molecules that trigger the immune response. The new technique could prevent the flu virus from self-replicating by targeting its interior structure and may pave the way for a vaccine to fight multiple flu viruses, the lead researcher said.

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