A novel synthetic DNA vaccine offers complete protection from Zaire Ebolavirus infection in promising preclinical research.
A new vaccine against both rabies and Lassa has demonstrated effective protection in animal models of disease, the research also points to a new way to test for protection against the Lassa fever virus, a finding that could significantly speed vaccine development.
Recent research outlines how near-infrared spectroscopy could be used to make cell-culture-based flu vaccine manufacturing faster and more efficient.
The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) is working to determine the best method of crafting a 10-year global health security vision to protect national interests.
China will set up a new set of regulations on human genetic resources to further protect its national biosafety.
Based on current research, a holding time of 78 days after the date of manufacturing and bagging or sealing to prevent additional contamination for amino acids, minerals or vitamins will degrade 99.99 percent of viral contamination.
A large beef cattle herd in Alcona County was confirmed to have bovine TB by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development on October 9.
The law bans the slaughtering of poultry outside unlicensed slaughterhouses. It stipulates that live poultry should be transported directly to licensed slaughterhouses after traders acquire special authorization following veterinary inspection, before the refrigerated or frozen food products are offered at shops.
The world's most popular fruit is facing extinction, and scientists are racing to use gene-editing to save it.
There are now 181 total cases and 115 deaths in the ongoing outbreak in North Kivu province. Twenty-one cases are under investigation, the DRC Health Ministry said.