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A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism, and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe. The agent stimulates the body's immune system to recognize the agent as foreign, destroy it, and "remember" it, so that the immune system can more easily recognize and destroy any of these microorganisms that it later encounters.
Astrocyte-Rich Brain Organoid Model Unveils Insights into Neuroinflammation

Astrocyte-Rich Brain Organoid Model Unveils Insights into Neuroinflammation

Research Reveals Conserved Neutralizing Epitope in Herpesvirus gB Protein

Research Reveals Conserved Neutralizing Epitope in Herpesvirus gB Protein

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

Study Reveals Gut Microbiome's Influence on Premature Aging in Chronic HIV Patients

The Promise of siRNA Nanomedicine for HIV Treatment

The Promise of siRNA Nanomedicine for HIV Treatment

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

The Potential of Monoclonal Antibodies for Neonatal Herpes

ELRIG UK Announces Steve Bates and Dr Anderson Ryan as Keynote Speakers at Research and Innovation 2024

ELRIG UK Announces Steve Bates and Dr Anderson Ryan as Keynote Speakers at Research and Innovation 2024

Understanding T Cell Responses to Tuberculosis Infection

Understanding T Cell Responses to Tuberculosis Infection

Unveiling HIV's Hidden Entry Point for Targeted Antibodies

Unveiling HIV's Hidden Entry Point for Targeted Antibodies

Scientists Create "Immunologically Silent" DNA Vaccine for Potent Virus Defense

Scientists Create "Immunologically Silent" DNA Vaccine for Potent Virus Defense

“Free-from-Tree” Production of Vaccine Component QS-21

“Free-from-Tree” Production of Vaccine Component QS-21

New Method Labels Viruses for Efficient Tracking and Tailoring

New Method Labels Viruses for Efficient Tracking and Tailoring

LJI Researchers Identify Late-Rising T Cells Crucial for CMV Control

LJI Researchers Identify Late-Rising T Cells Crucial for CMV Control

McMaster Team Publishes Instruction Manual for Detecting Rare B Cells

McMaster Team Publishes Instruction Manual for Detecting Rare B Cells

Glowing COVID-19 Diagnostic Test Prototype Produces Results in One Minute

Glowing COVID-19 Diagnostic Test Prototype Produces Results in One Minute

Researchers Redesign the Future of mRNA Therapeutics

Researchers Redesign the Future of mRNA Therapeutics

Researchers Redesign Future mRNA Therapeutics to Prevent Potentially Harmful Immune Responses

Researchers Redesign Future mRNA Therapeutics to Prevent Potentially Harmful Immune Responses

Breakthrough Research in Leishmaniasis Reveals Pain-Suppression Pathways

Breakthrough Research in Leishmaniasis Reveals Pain-Suppression Pathways

Structural Insights Into Coronavirus Spike Proteins

Structural Insights Into Coronavirus Spike Proteins

Gene-Edited Chickens in Fight Against Bird Flu

Gene-Edited Chickens in Fight Against Bird Flu

Pure Capped mRNA Vaccine Opens the Door to More Effective Vaccines with Lower Chances of Inflammation

Pure Capped mRNA Vaccine Opens the Door to More Effective Vaccines with Lower Chances of Inflammation

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