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A new study led by a team of bioscientists from Durham University, UK, in collaboration with University of Liverpool, Northumbria University and Ne

SciTech Daily Oct 17 2021 - 17:00

No, an employee strike over a vaccination mandate didn’t force Denver airport restaurants to close.

Oregonian Oct 17 2021 - 15:53

Inoculation of mice with hemagglutinin (HA)-expressing DNA affords reliable protection against lethal influenza virus infection, while in chickens

National Institutes of Health Oct 16 2021 - 07:05

The virus of Tanapox isolated from the lesions of patients during an outbreak of mild disease in Africa has been found to be indistinguishable in i

National Institutes of Health Oct 16 2021 - 06:07

The study, conducted by Northwestern University researchers, shows it may be possible to develop one vaccine for each coronavirus family.

Patch Oct 15 2021 - 15:43

The study boosts hopes that a single vaccine could eventually protect against multiple viruses and stave off another pandemic.

Forbes Oct 15 2021 - 14:16

US government scientists’ “insane” new project to hunt down 12,000 deadly viruses could spark another devastating pandemic, an expert has warned.

The Sun Oct 15 2021 - 05:21

Nature highlights three key infographics from the week in science and research.

Nature Oct 15 2021 - 02:27

Coronaviruses discovered in Laotian bats are surprisingly adept at infecting human cells, showing that such deadly features can indeed evolve outsi

Seattle Times Oct 14 2021 - 18:13

Long-term exposure to Covid-19 infection may reactivate dormant viruses in the patients, leading to multiple medical complications, according to So

India Times Oct 14 2021 - 16:03

Researchers from Shenzhen's Children's Hospital have been investigating the occurrence of these diseases while these measures were in eff

News Medical Oct 14 2021 - 15:52

Paleovirology” is the study of ancient extinct viruses (called “paleoviruses”) and the effects that these agents have had on the evolution of their

National Institutes of Health Oct 14 2021 - 15:22

Researchers at Washington State University recently began a $125 million project to help identify and prevent future pandemics with the U.S.

YAHOO!News Oct 14 2021 - 06:11

Researchers at Washington State University recently began a $125 million project to help identify and prevent future pandemics with the U.S.

Lewiston Tribune Oct 14 2021 - 02:08

COVID-19 is stealing most of the headlines, but other respiratory threats are on the horizon this fall, including Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

Capital Journal Oct 13 2021 - 12:00

Remember less than five years ago when seasonal influenza killed over 60,000 people.

LinkedIn Oct 13 2021 - 11:09

Since 1978, influenza A viruses with different antigenic properties have been isolated in many countries, even though little influenza activity has

National Institutes of Health Oct 13 2021 - 08:48

Sixth Wave Innovations Inc. (CSE: SIXW | OTCQB: SIXWF) (“Sixth Wave”) is a nanotechnology company focused on the ‘detection and […]

InvestorIntel Oct 13 2021 - 08:28

Leaders are encouraging people to get vaccinated for COVID-19 and the flu to avoid what they describe as a "twindemic" of the flu and COV

KOB 4 Oct 13 2021 - 07:05

Health experts worried about a "twindemic" that could affect children issued a reminder that kids are vulnerable because they're cur

WPMT Harrisburg on MSN.com Oct 13 2021 - 05:37

A new collaborative study from Oxford and Dundee could help us to understand exactly which mutations will be the most deadly, allowing us to design

Cherwell Online Oct 13 2021 - 02:36

How can viruses be effectively eliminated from indoor air? This question is now becoming more important as fall approaches.

News Medical Oct 12 2021 - 22:18

Phage therapy is the concept of using viruses (known as phage) to kill bacteria, instead of using antibiotics.

India Education Diary Oct 12 2021 - 20:56

As antibiotics increasingly develop resistance to bacteria that cause infection, scientists have moved a step closer to harnessing viruses as an al

News Medical Oct 12 2021 - 18:30

Pune: Covid-19 active cases are inching towards an all-time low in Maharashtra while other types of influenza viruses have started making their pre

India Times Oct 12 2021 - 15:56

As antibiotics increasingly develop resistance to bacteria that cause infection, scientists have moved a step closer to harnessing viruses as an al

University of Exeter Oct 12 2021 - 12:16

As bacteria that cause infection increasingly develop resistance to antibiotics, scientists have moved a step closer to harnessing viruses as an al

Phys.org Oct 12 2021 - 11:00

Retail companies boast that UV lights can kill germs and viruses. But these handy devices may not live up to their hygienic hype.

Forbes Oct 12 2021 - 02:12

Professor Peter Openshaw, a virus expert, urges people of all ages to take up the flu vaccine amid increasing concern over the "deadly" c

Sky Oct 11 2021 - 05:14

Flu and other common cold viruses that have been suppressed by lockdowns are "bouncing back" and "becoming quite aggressive", a

Sky News on MSN.com Oct 11 2021 - 03:29

Iran’s ambassador to the United Nations slammed COVID-19 and the unilateral coercive measures (UCMs) as the two most destructive anti-growth and an

تسنیم Oct 9 2021 - 00:11

A2/Singapore/1/57, A2/England/76/66 and A2/Hong Kong/1/68—were compared immunologically with those of a number of influenza A virus strains of anim

National Institutes of Health Oct 8 2021 - 21:20

In June of 1977, a new influenza A pandemic was started by strains of the H1N1 serotype.

National Institutes of Health Oct 8 2021 - 09:24

The study of RNA virus evolution has blossomed over the last 20 years.

National Institutes of Health Oct 8 2021 - 08:13

Malicious elements are constantly trying to harm your computer and your network.

The Business Journals Oct 8 2021 - 05:39

Based on single-nanopore membranes, an international interdisciplinary team of researchers developed a test method that detects SARS-CoV-2 in saliv

Nanowerk Oct 8 2021 - 03:15

Analysis of serum samples from 100 wild-caught or colony-born Sykes' monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis) in Kenya revealed that 59 animals had antib

National Institutes of Health Oct 7 2021 - 18:55

Despite available antivirals and vaccines, influenza infections continue to be a major cause of mortality worldwide.

National Institutes of Health Oct 7 2021 - 17:38

Washington State University this week launched a new $125 million program to collect and analyze animal viruses with the aim of preventing the next

Geekwire on MSN.com Oct 7 2021 - 11:30

The frequency of avian influenza A virus infections among poultry workers is not well understood.A seroprevalence study of market poultry workers a

National Institutes of Health Oct 7 2021 - 07:39

The complex and unresolved evolutionary origins of the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic exposed major gaps in our knowledge of the global spatial ecolo

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Oct 7 2021 - 05:13

New “reporter viruses” developed by Texas Biomed researchers make it much easier to observe SARS-CoV-2 and its variants in cells and live animals i

SciTech Daily Oct 7 2021 - 04:12

STFC's Central Laser Facility (CLF) is to investigate how viruses are transmitted from person-to-person and how this changes in different sett

The Engineer Oct 6 2021 - 16:02

We still cannot answer the very basic question “how many kinds of RNA viruses are there?” even for those that infect humans.

National Institutes of Health Oct 6 2021 - 14:40

Stools from 183 babies under 2 years of age admitted to Ruchill Hospital with diarrhoea were examined by electron microscopy, virus culture, bacter

National Institutes of Health Oct 6 2021 - 11:58

A new sensor can detect not only whether a virus is present, but whether it's infectious -- an important distinction for containing viral spre

nsf.gov Oct 6 2021 - 11:01

In late summer through early winter of 1998, there were several outbreaks of respiratory disease in the swine herds of North Carolina, Texas, Minne

National Institutes of Health Oct 6 2021 - 06:22

CORONAVIRUS kills - more than 137,000 deaths by the notorious virus have been recorded.

Daily Express Oct 6 2021 - 00:18

Washington: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is launching an ambitious new project that will work with partner countr

medcom on MSN.com Oct 5 2021 - 22:20

VITAMINS and supplements can help support good health.

Daily Express Oct 5 2021 - 20:01