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Extra-strength mRNA vaccine fends off a bevy of flu strains

Coloured transmission electron micrograph of human cells infected with influenza virus

Human cells which are infected with the influenza virus (artificially coloured), which can be kept in check by an upgraded mRNA vaccine. Credit: Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library

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Nature 611, 206 (2022)



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