News from ICGEB's Affiliated Centre in Cuba

In Cuba Headlines today: Good international acceptance of Cuban Vaccine

In Cuba Headlines today: Gavac, the recombinant vaccine which fights the cattle tick, created by Cuban biotechnologists, has been successfully applied against Boophilus microplus immunogen-fruit in Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Nicaragua and Venezuela.

The Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Havana, Cuba is one of ICGEB's 40 Affiliated Centres world-wide.

CUBAHEADLINES: Good international acceptance of Cuban vaccine

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CUBAHEADLINES: Progress in China and Cuba Biotechnology Collaboration 

Affiliated Centres are established research institutes in Member States which have attained, or have the potential for, high standard research. The Affiliated Centres (one only per Member State) form an effective global research network. They host many of the Centre's training activities and channel the resources and services of ICGEB to local institutions. Read more about Affiliated Centre status.

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