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Novel live attenuated measles virus vectored vaccine candidates for SARS-CoV-2
College researchers identify a sensitive and specific neutralization assay for SARS CoV-2 associated with COVID-19 patients.
By figuring out how a common virus hides from the immune system, scientists have identified a potential vaccine to prevent sometimes deadly respiratory infections in humans.
A vaccine for the common and sometimes deadly RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) has been elusive, but scientists say a new discovery puts them much closer to success. The study provides a potential blueprint for finding the immunological sweet spot - a vaccine weak enough that it doesn't make people sick but strong enough that it prompts an ample immune response. "We now have a novel target to go after and are working with industry toward a vaccine," says the study's senior author Jianrong Li of the Department of Veterinary Biosciences.
According to the World Health Organization, 36.7 million people were living with HIV in 2015 with 1.8 million of these being children. The research performed by the Wu lab team at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine could help identify new medication and treatment options for HIV-infected patients.
Clinical Trials office expansion; Building bridges with Battelle; Commercialization office material transfer agreements; Funding opportunities; Council for Research update; Summer Research Program; Recent publications and grants; Celebration of Research 2012; Things you should know; Training opportunities;
Dean King names Dr. Pat Green as new Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies; Research Expo 2011; Commercialization Office - Update; Focus on Shared Resources; Council for Research - Update; Summer Research Program - Update; Recent Publications/Grants; Upcoming Seminars; Grant Support Office - Update; Upcoming Funding Opportunities; Things You Should Know...
- Morris Animal Foundation awards two grants to CVM investigators
- Dr. Garabed begins mapping FMD prevalence in Cameroon
- Focus on Shared Resources: Microarray
- Council for Research - Update
- Summer Research Program - Update
- Recent Publications/Grants
- Upcoming Seminars
- Grant Support Office - Update
- Upcoming Funding Opportunities
- Things You Should Know - New Fringe Benefit Rates for FY12
- Dr. Niewiesk's Research Cover of Blood
- Dr. Hoet Infection Control in the Clinic
- Dr. Jean Schelhorn: On the Move!
- Grant Writing Workshop: July 20
- Focus on Shared Resources: CTSS Biostatistics
- CVM Council for Research Update
- Vet Student Summer Program Update
- Recent Grant Awards & Publications
- Upcoming Seminars and Workshops
- Grant Support Office Update:
- Funding Opportunities
- Policy Updates –