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According to results published in the Journal of Virology, the vaccine is effective in building immunity.
Study published in Journal of Virology demonstrates GEN-003 capable of eliciting immune responses that provide protection against recurrent disease in preclinical models-- CAMBRIDGE, Mass.
The study has been published in the Journal of Virology.
Their claim that cinanserin can halt the SARS virus from replicating has been published the international Journal of Virology, although animal tests or epidemiological testing are needed to produce an effective medicine.
Interest in drug resistance increases as treatment failures grow and transmission of resistant virus is documented in the Journal of Virology, The New England Journal of Medicine, and other journals.
Journal of Virology, June 2005, pp 7845-7851), which demonstrates that IMVAMUNE(TM) protects monkeys from a lethal challenge with monkeypox, a closely-related virus to smallpox.
In one, an in vitro experiment presented in the Journal of Virology in July 2003 (issue 13), the team achieved sustained siRNA-mediated silencing of HIV-1 in primary macrophages, in essence preventing infection from taking hold.
Scientists think the antiviral drug interferon could avert future foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) epidemics according to an article in Journal of Virology (2003).