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A Collection of Tools for Influenza Vaccine Development A Collection of Tools for Influenza Vaccine Development

Sino Biological offers recombinant HA, NA, and NP proteins from all WHO-recommended vaccine strains in recent years. These antigens can be used to analyze vaccine-induced antibody response. And the company also develops a panel of mAbs against the flu antigens. These reagents can help facilitate relevant assay development.

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   Is Sense of Smell Linked to Pneumonia?Is Sense of Smell Linked to Pneumonia?
 
Historically, poor olfaction in elderly people has been implicated in neurodegeneration, but it is becoming increasingly correlated with other diseases such as pneumonia. This article explores the topic in more detail.
 
   What are Digital Inhalers and how do they Work?What are Digital Inhalers and how do they Work?
 
Digital therapeutics enable personalized chronic illness management and unmatched patient health and treatment compliance monitoring. This article explores digital inhalers and their uses.
 
   Innovative breath sampling device could revolutionize diagnosis of many diseasesInnovative breath sampling device could revolutionize diagnosis of many diseases
 
New research shows 100 per cent effectiveness of an innovative breath sampling device developed by Northumbria University medtech spinout, PulmoBioMed, that could revolutionize diagnosis of a range of diseases, including COVID-19.
 
   Immune cell defect tied to the risk of developing rare bacterial infectionImmune cell defect tied to the risk of developing rare bacterial infection
 
Everyone breathes in Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) bacteria from time to time, but most people don't get sick.
 
   Prenatal phthalate exposure associated with reduced lung function during childhoodPrenatal phthalate exposure associated with reduced lung function during childhood
 
A study led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), a center supported by the "la Caixa" Foundation, has found that exposure to phthalates in the womb is associated with reduced lung function during childhood.