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Rachel Amos extracts a key ingredient from chicken eggs in the development of an HIV vaccine.

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Australian researchers are trialling an HIV vaccine strategy that involves vaccinating with one vaccine type, and then boosting with another type to improve the protective response. CSIRO has developed technology for the 'boost' vaccine, in which a fowlpox virus is used as a 'taxi' to carry the active parts of the vaccine to the immune system.

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Rachel Amos extracts a key ingredient from chicken eggs in the development of an HIV vaccine.
Rachel Amos extracts a key ingredient from chicken eggs in the development of an HIV vaccine.
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