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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, granted researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health $1.7 million to study mosquito migration patterns using genomics.
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The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, granted researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health $1.7 million to study mosquito migration patterns using genomics.
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A study led by UC Berkeley researchers in Nicaragua found support for the decades-old hypothesis of antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE, in dengue disease.
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A study led by UC Berkeley researchers in Nicaragua found support for the decades-old hypothesis of antibody-dependent enhancement, or ADE, in dengue disease.
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Campus researchers and Humabs BioMed, a private antibody therapeutics biotechnology company, have created a new test that helps differentiate Zika virus infections from infections of similar viruses.
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Campus researchers and Humabs BioMed, a private antibody therapeutics biotechnology company, have created a new test that helps differentiate Zika virus infections from infections of similar viruses.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UC Riverside have merged computational and molecular biology to demonstrate the potential that gene modification may have in suppressing mosquito-borne infectious diseases.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley and UC Riverside have merged computational and molecular biology to demonstrate the potential that gene modification may have in suppressing mosquito-borne infectious diseases.
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Campus researchers have identified a key molecule responsible for the pathogenesis of severe cases of dengue virus infections.
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Campus researchers have identified a key molecule responsible for the pathogenesis of severe cases of dengue virus infections.
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