Norovirus Antibody May Make Effective “Stomach Flu” Vaccine – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Norovirus Antibody May Make Effective “Stomach Flu” Vaccine  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News For those who have suffered through a norovirus infection, commonly referred to as the “stomach flu,” the need for an effective vaccine does not really need …

Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News CDC study highlights several factors that can make norovirus outbreaks more severe and may help guide efforts to develop a vaccine.

Viral Strains that Cause “Stomach Flu” Don’t All Look Alike – Howard Hughes Medical Institute

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Viral Strains that Cause “Stomach Flu” Don’t All Look Alike  Howard Hughes Medical Institute A new structural analysis of four norovirus strains reveals that the virus’s shell varies in size and molecular arrangement – a surprise finding that could help …

Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News CDC study highlights several factors that can make norovirus outbreaks more severe and may help guide efforts to develop a vaccine.

Viral Strains that Cause “Stomach Flu” Don’t All Look Alike – Howard Hughes Medical Institute

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Viral Strains that Cause “Stomach Flu” Don’t All Look Alike  Howard Hughes Medical Institute A new structural analysis of four norovirus strains reveals that the virus’s shell varies in size and molecular arrangement – a surprise finding that could help …

Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News CDC study highlights several factors that can make norovirus outbreaks more severe and may help guide efforts to develop a vaccine.

Viral Strains that Cause “Stomach Flu” Don’t All Look Alike – Howard Hughes Medical Institute

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Viral Strains that Cause “Stomach Flu” Don’t All Look Alike  Howard Hughes Medical Institute A new structural analysis of four norovirus strains reveals that the virus’s shell varies in size and molecular arrangement – a surprise finding that could help …

Living Center: no visitors due to norovirus | This Just In – Jackson Hole News&Guide

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Living Center: no visitors due to norovirus | This Just In  Jackson Hole News&Guide St. John’s Living Center is currently closed to visitors as a safety precaution following indications that norovirus may be present.

Chipotle Probably Won’t Give You Cancer. But Food Poisoning? Possibly – American Council on Science and Health

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Chipotle Probably Won’t Give You Cancer. But Food Poisoning? Possibly  American Council on Science and Health A story making headlines claims that Chipotle is using chemicals that could give you cancer. Ignore them. If you need something to worry about, then be …

Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

An electron micrograph of the Norovirus, with 27-32nm-sized viral particles (from CDC)
Norovirus Insights May Improve Conditions Below Deck  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News CDC study highlights several factors that can make norovirus outbreaks more severe and may help guide efforts to develop a vaccine.