After COVID-19 successes, researchers push to develop mRNA vaccines for other diseases
Nature Medicine , Volume 27, pp 930-932; doi:10.1038/s41591-021-01393-8
Abstract: MRNA vaccines are now in the limelight as a key tool for tackling COVID-19, but the technology was originally developed for other diseases, such as cancer, that researchers are now hoping to treat.
Keywords: Biomedicine / general / Cancer Research / Metabolic Diseases / Infectious Diseases / Molecular Medicine / Neurosciences
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