Indian scientists break dengue code

Progress at ICGEB New Delhi in the search for a dengue vaccine.

Indian scientists have achieved an important breakthrough in their efforts to develop a vaccine to prevent the deadly dengue. Supported by the Department of Biotechnology under the Ministry of Science & Technology, scientists at International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) in New Delhi have developed a non-infectious dengue vaccine from yeast.

September 2013
India Today.in Indian scientists break dengue code, develop non-infectious vaccine from yeast

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PLos One : Pichia pastoris-expressed dengue 2 envelope forms virus-like particles without pre-membrane protein and induces high titer netralizing antibodies

February 2013
DW Deutsche Welle: Indian scientists get closer to Dengue vaccine

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