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Advances in Vaccine Development.

Advances in Vaccine Development.

Gene targeting by homologous recombination. The figure illustrates how scientists take advantage of a cellular DNA repair process known as homologous recombination.  The scientist generates recombinant DNA (such as a gene to replace one that is mutated) in vitro, and the therapeutic gene is introduced into a copy of the genomic DNA that is targeted during this process.  Next, recombinant DNA is introduced by transfection into the cell, where it recombines with the homologous part of

Gene targeting by homologous recombination. The figure illustrates how scientists take advantage of a cellular DNA repair process known as homologous recombination. The scientist generates recombinant DNA (such as a gene to replace one that is mutated) in vitro, and the therapeutic gene is introduced into a copy of the genomic DNA that is targeted during this process. Next, recombinant DNA is introduced by transfection into the cell, where it recombines with the homologous part of

A schematic representation of the proposed mechanisms of action of intravenous immunoglobulin in rheumatic diseases

A schematic representation of the proposed mechanisms of action of intravenous immunoglobulin in rheumatic diseases

From what I've heard, the flu is a terrible illness that could knock out even the healthiest of individuals. Thankfully, my solid immune system has kept my body resilient and flu free throughout my entire 23 years of life; even without a yearly flu s

From what I've heard, the flu is a terrible illness that could knock out even the healthiest of individuals. Thankfully, my solid immune system has kept my body resilient and flu free throughout my entire 23 years of life; even without a yearly flu s

It is true that there are necessary vaccinations. But it is equally true, that other vaccinations are not only unnecessary, but dangerous to your dogs, health.  Learn how to read between the lines and communicate w/ your vet. Their bottom line, is not your responsibility.

It is true that there are necessary vaccinations. But it is equally true, that other vaccinations are not only unnecessary, but dangerous to your dogs, health. Learn how to read between the lines and communicate w/ your vet. Their bottom line, is not your responsibility.

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