Findings

AIDS vaccine clears first hurdle

Livestock virus is the vector for agent that works in monkeys; nasal administration seen as plus.

A vaccine that uses an attenuated livestock virus as a vector for two HIV proteins has kept infected monkeys free of AIDS for more than a year, according to a team led by Yale scientists. The...

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In a study in mice, adult stem cells reveal their versatility

Stem cells derived from the bone marrow of adult mice, a Yale researcher and her colleagues have found, can create not only new bone marrow cells, but liver, lung, gastrointestinal and skin cells....

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