A novel mRNA-based vaccine candidate against the rabies virus

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Scientists have developed a novel mRNA-based vaccine candidate against the rabies virus. The vaccine induces a strong antibody response and exhibits high protective efficacy against lethal rabies infection in mice and dogs. A full report about the vaccine has been published in the Virology Journal.

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