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Re-assembly of nineteenth-century smallpox vaccine genomes reveals the contemporaneous use of horsepox and horsepox-related viruses in the USA

6 hours ago   |   Genome Biology   |   2 articles

According to a recent article published in Genome Biology, Duggan and coworkers sequenced and partially assembled five genomes of smallpox vaccines from the nineteenth century...
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Response to Brinkmann et al. “Re-assembly of 19th century smallpox vaccine genomes reveals the contemporaneous use of horsepox and horsepox-related viruses in the United States”

6 hours ago   |   Genome Biology   |   2 articles

We thank Brinkmann and colleagues for their correspondence and their further investigation into these American Civil War Era vaccination strains. Here, we summarize the...
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Fortune: If we don't vaccinate the world quickly, all our COVID efforts will be a waste

Fortune: If we don't vaccinate the world quickly, all our COVID efforts will be a waste

8 hours ago   |   Green Light Biosciences   |   4 articles

GreenLight CEO, Andrey Zarur, writes for Fortune about vaccine rollout for Covid-19. Credit: ALEX EDELMAN-GETTY IMAGES GreenLight CEO, Andrey Zarur, wrote an opinion piece for...
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Are losartan and imatinib effective against SARS-CoV2 pathogenesis? A pathophysiologic-based in silico study

8 hours ago   |   Springer

Abstract Proposing a theory about the pathophysiology of cytokine storm in COVID19, we were to find the potential drugs to treat this disease and to find any effect of these...
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Designing a chimeric subunit vaccine for influenza virus, based on HA2, M2e and CTxB: a bioinformatics study

11 hours ago   |   Springer

Abstract Background Type A influenza viruses are contagious and even life-threatening if left untreated. So far, no broadly protective vaccine is available due to rapid...
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Researchers develop a sequence analysis pipeline for virus discovery

22 hours ago   |   Phys

Researchers from the University of Helsinki have developed a novel bioinformatics pipeline called Lazypipe for identifying viruses in host-associated or environmental samples.
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Response to Brinkmann et al. “Re-assembly of 19th century smallpox vaccine genomes reveals the contemporaneous use of horsepox and horsepox-related viruses in the United States”

23 hours ago   |   Springer   |   2 articles

Abstract We thank Brinkmann and colleagues for their correspondence and their further investigation into these American Civil War Era vaccination strains. Here, we summarize...
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Re-assembly of nineteenth-century smallpox vaccine genomes reveals the contemporaneous use of horsepox and horsepox-related viruses in the USA

23 hours ago   |   Springer   |   2 articles

Abstract According to a recent article published in Genome Biology , Duggan and coworkers sequenced and partially assembled five genomes of smallpox vaccines from the...
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What makes certain groups more vulnerable to COVID-19?

1 day ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   2 articles

What makes the elderly and people with underlying conditions more vulnerable to COVID-19? According to a new study, clues can be found in the proteins involved in initiating...
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Accelerating HIV‐1 VLP production using stable insect cell pools

1 day ago   |   Wiley

Abstract Stable cell pools are receiving a renewed interest as a potential alternative system to clonal cell lines. The shorter development timelines and the capacity to...
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Fortune: If we don't vaccinate the world quickly, all our COVID efforts will...

Fortune: If we don't vaccinate the world quickly, all our COVID efforts will be a waste

GreenLight CEO, Andrey Zarur, writes for Fortune about vaccine rollout for Covid-19. Credit: ALEX EDELMAN-GETTY IMAGES GreenLight CEO, Andrey Zarur, wrote an opinion piece for... Read more ...

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Findings about cilia on cells of the vessel wall may be relevant for...

A new study shows that primary cilia, hair-like protrusions on endothelial cells inside vessels, play an important role in the blood supply and delivery of glucose to the... Read more ...

Hidden structure found in essential metabolic machinery

In his first year of graduate school, Rice University biochemist Zachary Wright discovered something hidden inside a common piece of cellular machinery that's essential for all... Read more ...

Protein storytelling to address the pandemic

In the last five decades, we've learned a lot about the secret lives of proteins-how they work, what they interact with, the machinery that makes them function-and the pace of... Read more ...

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BRAF and MEK inhibition in melanoma patients enables reprogramming of tumor...

Abstract Background Combined inhibition of BRAF/MEK is an established therapy for melanoma. In addition to its canonical mode of action, effects of BRAF/MEK inhibitors on... Read more ...