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Pictures taken at VIB, University of Ghent (BE)
Source: European Commission

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Ghent University's Professors Saelens and Fiers are seeking a universal vaccine for all influenza A strains. The aim of the EU-funded Universal Vaccine project is to produce a vaccine targeting the more stable M2e influenza protein instead of the hemaglutinin or neuraminidase proteins which tend to mutate. A cell infected with influenza viruses is recognised by testing antibodies (red) through the M2e protein, giving 'proof of principle' to the 'universal' flu vaccine development.

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A cell infected with influenza viruses is recognised by testing antibodies (red) through the M2e protein, giving 'proof of principle' to the 'universal' flu vaccine development.

A cell infected with influenza viruses is recognised by testing antibodies (red) through the M2e protein, giving 'proof of principle' to the 'universal' flu vaccine development.

Prof. Xavier Saelens is one of the European scientists working on the creation of the universal flu vaccine (VIB, Ghent)

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