Researchers develop technique to track yellow fever virus replication

Thursday, Mar 16, 2017
by Staff, Department of Molecular Biology

Researchers from Princeton University‘s Department of Molecular Biology have developed a new method that can precisely track the replication of yellow fever virus in individual host immune cells. The technique, which is described in a paper published March 14 in the journal Nature Communications, could aid the development of new vaccines against a range of viruses, including Dengue and Zika.   This work was supported by a grant from Princeton University and the New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research.

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