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Beyond the Vaccine

1 month ago   |   By Bond Life Sciences Center

Lucas Woods from the Weisman lab watches lung cancer cells and oral epithelial cells grow. | photo by Lauren Hines, Bond LSC
By Lauren Hines | Bond LSC
Vaccine development remains a central goal to get the current COVID-19 pandemic under control. While vaccines are highly vital in the fight against the current pandemic, what if scientists could prevent the virus from entering cells altogether? Researchers at Bond Life Sciences Center are working to do just that and, so far, they're the only ones at Mizzou on the case.
For the Gary Weisman lab, that starts with their study of a family of...
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