Blog Post Discusses Zika Vaccine Research, Importance Of ‘Leveraging’ Research On Other Diseases

BioMed Central’s “On Health”: When will we get to a Zika vaccine: hints from dengue research on protective immunity
Meng Ling Moi, an associate professor at the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University, discusses Zika vaccine research, noting “the vaccination strategy for Zika may be less complicated in comparison to dengue,” and the importance of leveraging research on dengue, Japanese Encephalitis, and other flavivirus diseases, in order to understand Zika (3/15).

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