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  • A 3D printed vaccine patch offers vaccination without a shot

    Scientists at Stanford University and theUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have created a 3D-printed vaccine patch that provides greater protection than a typical vaccine shot. The trick is applying the vaccine patch directly to the skin, which is full of immune cells that vaccines target. more

  • Viruses leave traces for long after infection

    Viruses do not always kill the cells they infect. Researchers at the University of Basel have discovered in experiments with mice that cells have the power to self-heal and eliminate viruses. However, these cells undergo long-term changes. The findings may provide a hint as to why cured hepatitis C more

  • A precise measure of protective immunity

    Around 71 million people worldwide are infected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV). One reason why no vaccine against the virus has been found to date is that there are numerous virus variants, some of which differ by more than 30% from each other. Scientists from TWINCORE, the Hannover Medical School more

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Hepatitis Hepatitis (plural hepatitides) implies injury to liver characterised by presence of inflammatory cell s in the liver tissue . Etymologically from ancient Greek hepar (ηπαρ) or hepato- (ηπατο-) meaning 'liver' and suffix -itis den ... more


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