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Takeda’s tetravalent vaccine for Dengue approved for use in European Union

Effective dengue prevention requires a multi-faceted approach, and previous methods have been insufficient for a number of reasons

Takeda’s dengue vaccine candidate granted priority review by US-FDA

TAK-003 is being evaluated for the prevention of dengue disease caused by any dengue virus serotype in individuals 4 years through 60 years of age

BV Academia Series: India will remain the global hub for vaccine...

Dr. Amit Prasad, School of Basic Sciences, IIT Mandi shares his views with BioVoice News

Takeda’s dengue vaccine candidate shows positive results during 4.5 years long...

TAK-003 was generally well tolerated, and there were no important safety risks identified. No evidence of disease enhancement was observed over the 54-month follow-up exploratory analysis

New study by BHU scientists raises prospect of Zika virus therapy

A team of researchers has found that the virus interacts with a set of cells called microglial cells, which protect the brain from infections and that a protein in the virus called ZIKV-NS1 plays an important role in its replication and immune evasion

Rare case of post Dengue Mucormycosis reported at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital,...

A non-diabetic, patient experienced loss of vision in one eye 15 days after recovery from Dengue

IIL commits INR 150 crore to build new viral antigen manufacturing...

While a new Viral Antigen plant will be commissioned in Karkapatla, Telangana at an investment of INR 75 Crores, the Sterile Filling Facility has been commissioned with an equal investment to increase IIL’s capacity to supply lifesaving vaccines..................

A research fund to promote collaboration among African & Indian scientists

The Africa India Mobility Fund is a partnership between The African Academy of Sciences (The AAS) and the Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance, running since April 2018.  It has reopened applications to scientists from the two regions who wish to conduct visits of up to three months in either direction...............

New mosquito repelling molecule identified

A team of researchers at National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune, has synthesized several molecules from two aromatic compounds and they claim these may show insecticidal and repellent property against mosquitoes too...........................

Smart cities must have a vector control component, says health ministry...

As per Dr N S Dharmshaktu, Principal Advisor on Public Health, Health Ministry, facilitating the adoption of integrated vector management and ensuring the implementation of vector control services in rural and urban areas can shrink the disease burden much faster in India...……………..