Could Taiwanese breakthrough yield better synthetic meningococcal vaccines?
This article was originally published in Scrip
Researchers in Taiwan have developed a technique for the production of long-chain polysialic acids (PSAs) that they say might lead to more effective fully synthetic vaccines for meningococcal disease.
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