Cure for rabies is the goal of Texas A&M research

08/13/2010 | KVUE-TV (Austin, Texas)

The Department of Defense is funding a research project at Texas A&M University aimed at finding a treatment for rabies. University researchers will use thousands of stem-cell lines derived from mice to find genes that could serve as therapeutic targets for rabies, said Brett Giroir, the university's vice chancellor for research.

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