Bird flu vaccine made using monkey cells shows promise

06/12/2008 | Reuters · Google

A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine found that a new type of vaccine against H5N1 bird flu, grown in kidney cells from African green monkeys, appears to be effective and safe. Made by Baxter International, it is the first bird flu vaccine to be made using a cell culture rather than chicken eggs.

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