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Kresten Lindorff-Larsen 17h
Two new papers on our studies of the M2 proton channel and drug resistance just published in . This is the result of hard work in particular by former PhD student Paul Santner, and done together with Martin Willemoës et al with funding from
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Jordan Tenenbaum Sep 17
Replying to @jtenenbaum
6/While the funding line received a $10 million increase in the LHHS bill, the level of $260m is significantly below the Public Health Emergency Medical Countermeasures Enterprise funding levels that the government says is necessary for adequate preparedness
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Nature Microbiology Sep 17
Fodor, te Velthuis & co: Inefficient genome copying produces mini-RNAs during infection, triggering more RIG-I mediated immune signaling: With a 'Behind the Paper' by Aartjan te Velthuis:
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MolecularImmunology 5h
Evaluation of influenza vaccine-immunogenicity in cell-mediated immunity
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Susan Shriner Sep 20
Evolutionary pathway for the 2017 emergence of a novel HPAI A(H7N9) virus among domestic poultry in TN, US
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Vincent Racaniello Sep 19
Here is a photo of me in 1977, working in Peter Palese's lab at Mt. Sinai. I was his first grad student and my thesis was on This is the only lab photo I have from that era - no cell phones! Many things going on in this photo that don't happen any more
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CFN 2h
Be informed for the 2018 flu season: REGISTER NOW for our new webinar on & . Experts will discuss types of vaccines & their impact on . Important for health practitioners, caregivers, policy makers, citizens
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Clinical Trials 5h
A Pilot to Evaluate the Efficacy of a Topical Antiviral Osmotically Active Hypertonic Solution for The Treatment of Induced Sore Throat for more details go through given link
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Transmissible Sep 21
for : our first formal edition of 'Greep op Griep' (Influencing ) arrived today. Yeah!! Game designed with to be part of . Ready for on 7-8 Oct!
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Mayo Clinic Sep 19
How long does the flu last? The virus can be in your body for one to four days before you begin to experience symptoms. Then it'll hit you—hard. Read more.
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Donna Young Sep 18
So, in other words, another repackaging of strategies ... plus a missed congressionally mandated deadline. But at least they hit the anniversary today.
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Dr. Sean Gallagher Sep 13
Last year was one of the deadliest flu seasons for kids on record. The decreases a child's chance of dying from flu by 65%. 80-85% of kids killed by weren't vaccinated against it. but
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Global Biosecurity 3h
Scientists discover potential universal : Study
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Microbes&Infection Sep 20
Spanish flu pandemic: Why is it called Spanish flu? The emerged as one of the deadliest pandemics of the 20th century, with a 1/3 of the planet’s population infected. What is Spanish and why was it so deadly?
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BhaskaranMU 4h
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Dr Michael Hanna Sep 18
Use tissues. Sneeze and cough into tissues. Discard used tissues right away, then wash your hands carefully. Teach children to sneeze or cough into the bend of their elbow when they don't have a tissue. That way they cover their mouths without using their hands
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André Picard Sep 14
The flu jab saves lives – make sure you have it, please, by via
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Holly CarterChappell Sep 20
After 18 months of planning the exhibition I curated with is being unleashed on the world! See it at until June 2019.
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Will Bleser Sep 20
Had one of my papers accepted for publication today at the great journal, ! Very excited. More details to follow in the coming months.
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Jessie Koch 8h
Track 10 : The term lung disease refer to many affecting the such as and like , , and lung , and many other . For details :
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