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Wed, 29 Jul 2015 07:23:31 GMT

'Leaky' vaccines could make viruses more deadly, new study suggests
STLtoday.com
For now, this so-called leakiness only exists in vaccines used to treat farm animals. But researchers warn that as humankind tackles bigger, badder diseases, we should keep the danger of leaky vaccines in mind. In a study published Monday in PLOS ...

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Tue, 28 Jul 2015 23:06:23 GMT

'Leaky' vaccines could make diseases more deadly: Study
Financial Express
More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called “leaky” vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the first time. Scientific experiments with the herpesvirus such as the one that causes Marek's disease in ...

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Tue, 28 Jul 2015 18:27:39 GMT

'Leaky' vaccines could make diseases more deadly: study
Free Press Journal
Washington : More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called “leaky” vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the first time, reports PTI. Scientific experiments with the herpesvirus such as the one that ...

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Tue, 28 Jul 2015 10:44:25 GMT

Free Press Journal

'Leaky' vaccines could make diseases more deadly: study
Free Press Journal
Washington: More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called “leaky” vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the first time. Scientific experiments with the herpesvirus such as the one that causes Marek's ...

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Tue, 28 Jul 2015 08:35:56 GMT

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'Leaky' vaccines could make diseases more deadly: study
The Indian Express
More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called “leaky” vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the first time. Scientific experiments with the herpesvirus such as the one that causes Marek's disease in ...

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Tue, 28 Jul 2015 08:05:55 GMT

'Leaky' vaccines could make diseases more deadly: study
Business Standard
More harmful viruses can evolve from the use of so-called "leaky" vaccines, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have confirmed for the first time. Scientific experiments with the herpesvirus such as the one that causes Marek's disease in ...

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Mon, 27 Jul 2015 20:18:00 GMT

'Leaky' vaccines could make viruses more deadly, new study suggests
HeraldNet
But new research suggests that “imperfect” or “leaky” vaccines -- ones that don't make their hosts totally immune to the disease and incapable of spreading it to others -- might have a surprising downside. For now, this so-called leakiness only exists ...

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Mon, 27 Jul 2015 18:04:50 GMT

Imperfect vaccines could make viruses more dangerous, at least in chickens
Washington Post
For now, this so-called leakiness only exists in vaccines used to treat farm animals. But researchers warn that as humankind tackles bigger, badder diseases, we should keep the potential danger of leaky vaccines in mind. In a study published Monday in ...

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Sun, 26 Jul 2015 18:22:30 GMT

Rice disease-resistance discovery closes the loop for scientific integrity
Imperial Valley News
Ronald's laboratory has been studying rice genetics and disease resistance for more than two decades and in 1995 announced that a gene called Xa21 confers resistance to the bacterial blight pathogen. Bacterial blight, one of the worst bacterial plant ...

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Fri, 24 Jul 2015 10:48:05 GMT

New Drug Shows "Game-changing" Treatment For Alzheimer's Disease
The Weather Space
A drug called solanezumab may slow Alzheimer's disease progression by about one-third, a new study from drug maker Eli Lilly suggests. An 18-month clinical trial of the drug seemingly ended in failure in 2012, but Eli Lilly asked about 1,000 of the ...

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