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Vaccine Against Chlamydia Not Far Away  -  ‎Nov 16, 2009‎
Science Daily (press release)ScienceDaily (Nov. 16, 2009) — When a woman becomes infected with Chlamydia, the first white blood cells that arrive at the scene to fight the infection are ...

UTSA reports 34% increase in FY 09 total research spending over FY 08 ...  -  ‎Nov 6, 2009‎
dBusinessNews Dallas (press release)Zhong at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, developed an agreement with Merck and Co Inc to develop a chlamydia vaccine. ...

Vaccine could 'eradicate chlamydia in 20 years'  -  Sep 15, 2008
ABC Science Online,Health Conference in Perth, the researchers predict that a 100 per cent effective chlamydia vaccine could eradicate the infection within 15-20 years.

How Often Do Animals Get STDs?  -  Sep 9, 2008
Discover Magazine,And recent progress on a chlamydia vaccine for koalas may even lead to breakthroughs in vaccinating humans against sexually transmited infections.

UBC Wins Prestigious $1 Million NIH Grant for Chlamydia Vaccine ...  -  Jul 11, 2008
University of British Columbia,With control programs failing in many countries, including Canada, the development of a safe and effective Chlamydia vaccine would represent a fundamental

UTSA's Ashlesh Murthy presents research in Denmark  -  Jun 25, 2008
UTSA Today,The research team found success in administering a chlamydia vaccine in mice, and testing is underway at UTSA to determine its success in Guinea pigs.

Emergent BioSlutions Inc (NYSE:EBS) to Hold Annual Meeting of ...  -  May 9, 2008
TransWorldNews (press release),Its earlier stage programs include botulinum vaccines, group B streptococcus vaccine and chlamydia vaccine candidates.

Genocea Biosciences Licenses Portfolio of Vaccine Targets from ...  -  Dec 18, 2007
Business Wire (press release),...“Chlamydia vaccine development has stumped the vaccine industry, due to the lack of understanding of what this complex intracellular pathogen does to the

Koalas vs. chlamydia  -  Oct 19, 2007
Scientist,This combination stands out from most human chlamydia vaccine candidates under investigation worldwide, which use only outer-membrane proteins.

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TransWorldNews (press release),...and adolescents that has completed phase I clinical trial; and Chlamydia Vaccine, for the prevention of chlamydia trachomatis in preclinical stage.

Network Amherst: The Lehrer Report  -  Sep 27, 2007
Amherst Bulletin,Her numerous scientific achievements in infectious disease research includes her pioneering work on a chlamydia vaccine candidate and five patents on novel



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