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H7N9 influenza vaccine clinical trials begin
Trials for an experimental vaccine for the H7N9 influenza virus are now enrolling volunteers at sites across the United States.
NIH scientists search for the clocks behind aging brain disorders
Study of flies suggests neurodegenerative disorders may speed up aging process.
NIDA’s 2018 Avant-Garde awards highlight immune response and killer cells
NIH’s awards support groundbreaking approaches to HIV prevention and treatment.
NIH scientists describe potential antibody approach for treating multidrug-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae
Promising concept may lead to an alternative to antibiotics.
CRISPR helps find new genetic suspects behind ALS/FTD
Study provides roadmap for using CRISPR to investigate neurological disorders.
NIH experts call for transformative research approach to end tuberculosis
TB is one of the oldest known human diseases and the leading infectious cause of death worldwide.
Monoclonal antibodies crucial to fighting emerging infectious diseases, say NIH officials
Special antibodies have shown promise in the fight against cancer and autoimmune diseases.
NIAID scientists assess transmission risk of familial human prion diseases to mice
Prion diseases originate when normally harmless prion protein molecules become abnormal and gather in clusters and filaments in the human body and brain.
This World Kidney Day, shine a spotlight on women’s health
NIH statement from Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers, Director, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
Antiviral drug not beneficial for reducing mother-to-child transmission of hepatitis B when added to existing preventatives
NIH-funded study observes no significant reduction of infection rates at age 6 months.