Scientists create a one-time, universal flu vaccine using genetic engineering

December 19, 2012 |
New process to make one-way flu vaccine discoveredScience Daily (press release)Associate Professor Sang-Moo Kang and his collaborators have found a way to make the one-time vaccine by using recombinant genetic engineering technology that does not use a seasonal virus. Instead, the new vaccine uses a virus' small fragment that ...and more »

A new process to make a one-time, universal influenza vaccine has been discovered by a researcher at Georgia State University’s Center for Inflammation, Immunity and Infection and his partners.

Associate Professor Sang-Moo Kang and his collaborators have found a way to make the one-time vaccine by using recombinant genetic engineering technology that does not use a seasonal virus.

View the original article here: New process to make one-way flu vaccine discovered – Science Daily (press release)