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NIAIDClinRegs Oct 11
The China profile now includes new reqs on clinical trials, vaccines and genetic resources
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NIAID News Oct 11
Want to know more about our research? Check out the NIAID Now blog to see recent videos, events, infographics, and more!
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U.S. FDA Oct 10
Today’s action allows marketing of the first rapid diagnostic test in the U.S. for the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). It provides a rapid, presumptive diagnosis that must be confirmed.
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NIH Oct 10
Tickborne diseases are on the rise. New strategic research plan aims to accelerate new and existing research initiatives to improve scientific understanding of ticks, and preventing & treating tickborne diseases
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HIV.gov Oct 9
If you have , you’re at risk for influenza-related complications. A flu shot is your best protection against the flu.
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Want to learn more about the promise of therapy as a way to treat bacterial infections? Check out this video featuring Dr. Shayla Hesse, one of the study’s authors:
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NIAID News Oct 4
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Also, most of the live mice that received soon after being systemically infected with bacteria survived for at least ten days.
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In a presentation on Saturday morning at , the research team will describe how the significantly reduced the ’s survival in mouse blood.
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NIAID News Oct 4
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Bacteriophages (or ) are viruses which prey upon bacteria, while leaving other cells unharmed. The researchers tested whether different kinds of phages could kill bacteria in mouse blood and in live mice.
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NIAID News Oct 4
is a major area of concern among attendees of . Researchers at and have been studying an unconventional approach to fighting bacteria: .
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NIAID News Oct 4
News: NIAID scientists find that bleach inactivates ; strategy appears feasible for decontaminating equipment
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NIAID News Oct 4
The new grants will also support research on rare immunological diseases, including primary deficiencies, studied by . Learn more from below!
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NIAID News Oct 3
NEWS: How far can disease-carrying fly? NIAID scientists and colleagues found that, in the Sahel region of Africa, a single can travel almost 200 miles in a single night during the rainy season, when the conditions are right:
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NIAID News Oct 3
BLOG: At this week’s meeting in Washington, DC, -supported researchers added new details to an emerging picture about .
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NIAID News Oct 2
NEWS: Most surgeries between people with have long-term success, according to scientists and @NIAID_News. They report their findings in with joint support from and :
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NIAID News Oct 2
NEWS: In women with who are taking ART, TB preventive therapy poses greater risks during than postpartum, an -funded has found—underscoring the importance of including pregnant women in :
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NIAID News Oct 1
people living with who are durably virally suppressed cannot transmit HIV to a sexual partner? In other words, Undetectable = Untransmittable (). Learn more about why those with an HIV viral load :
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NIAID News Oct 1
NEWS: A team of researchers have described a case of a leishmaniasis-like illness that cannot be treated with standard drugs:
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NIGMS Sep 24
NIGMS is seeking input on human biospecimens for research. More about this request for information:
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NIH Intramural Sep 30
The 2019-2020 Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series kicks off this Wednesday at 3 pm with Dr. Max Cooper of , who will discuss his research on the immune systems of lampreys and hagfish and its implications for treating human disease.
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