Researchers develop new strategy that can revolutionize HIV vaccine design
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  May 23, 2017  
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 Researchers develop new strategy that can revolutionize HIV vaccine designResearchers develop new strategy that can revolutionize HIV vaccine design
 
Vaccines are an essential tool for preventing and treating serious infectious diseases such as polio, chicken pox and measles. But so far it has not been possible to develop vaccines capable of contributing to the treatment and prevention of chronic infectious diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C.
 
   DNAe’s article on semiconductor DNA analysis technology placed in Scientific Reports’ top 100 read list for 2016DNAe’s article on semiconductor DNA analysis technology placed in Scientific Reports’ top 100 read list for 2016
 
DNA Electronics, the inventor of semiconductor DNA sequencing technology and developer of a new, revolutionary blood-to-result test for bloodstream infections, announces that an article on research utilizing the Company’s patented semiconductor DNA analysis technology has achieved recognition as one of the top 100 read articles for 2016 in Scientific Reports, a peer reviewed journal from the publishers of Nature.
 
   New report reveals that 1.2 million adolescents die every year from preventable causesNew report reveals that 1.2 million adolescents die every year from preventable causes
 
More than 3000 adolescents die every day, totaling 1.2 million deaths a year, from largely preventable causes, according to a new report from the World Health Organization and partners.
 
 Researchers identify many dangerous strains of TB pathogens
 
Researchers identify many dangerous strains of TB pathogensResearchers from the Vavilov Institute of General Genetics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (VIGG) and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology have established a catalog of mutations in 319 virulence genes of mycobacteria that cause tuberculosis.
 
 
 WHO finds 1.2 million adolescent deaths annually, mostly from preventable causes
 
WHO finds 1.2 million adolescent deaths annually, mostly from preventable causesA new report from the World Health Organization (WHO) and partners find that adolescent deaths amount to more than 3000 a day, which totals to 1.2 million deaths annually that are mostly from preventable or treatable causes. In low- and middle-income countries of the African and Southeast Asian regions, 855, 000 adolescents in the age group of 10–19-years old died in the year 2015.