Genetic engineering may hold key to Lyme disease vaccine

04/6/2010 | USA Today

Researchers found that deactivating one gene in the tick-borne bacteria that cause Lyme disease helped prevent mice from contracting the disease. The hope is that the research by Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Fort Collins, Colo., holds the key to a human vaccine.

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