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Tuberculosis vaccine promises sterilizing immunity

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In the search for an improved vaccine to combat tuberculosis, a potent candidate has unexpectedly emerged that induces potent efficacy against mycobacterial infection in mice (pages 1261–1268).

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  1. Helen McShane is at the Jenner Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

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  2. Ann Williams is at the Health Protection Agency, Porton, UK.

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