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Potential vaccine carrier may give stockpiling efforts a shot in the arm

A new potential vaccine carrier may extend the shelf life of and aid in the stockpiling of critical vaccines. A new microemulsion has been found to be both stable and a good candidate for delivering a variety of antigens.
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Microemulsion has been found to be both stable and a good candidate for delivering a variety of antigens

Microemulsion Has Been Found To Be Both Stable And A Good Candidate For Delivering A Variety Of Antigens

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A researcher at the Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC)/San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC) presented findings on a new potential vaccine carrier that he hopes will extend the shelf life of and aid in the stockpiling of critic...

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