Study: Novel vaccine protects mice against rotavirus infection

11/17/2010 |

U.S. researchers said that a vaccine administered as nasal drops allowed mice to develop antibodies that protected the animals from rotavirus infection. The vaccine could provide an inexpensive means to protect people against the virus, which causes serious diarrheal disease and is a major cause of death among children in developing countries.

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