Study points to new antibody approach to tackling Ebola, other infections

FILE PHOTO: A Congolese health worker administers Ebola vaccine to a boy who had contact with an Ebola sufferer in the village of Mangina in North Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of Congo, August 18, 2018. REUTERS/Olivia Acland/File Photo

LONDON, (Reuters) – – Scientists working on developing vaccines against Ebola have found they can “harvest” antibodies from volunteers vaccinated in research trials and use them to make treatments for the deadly viral infection. In a study published in the journal Cell Reports on Tuesday, the scientists said the approach could be used for Ebola […]

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