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Vaccines to treat opioid use disorders and to reduce opioid overdoses

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This work is supported by a Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute award (M.P.), and by the NIH under grants U01 DA038876 (M.P.), R01 DA041730 (M.P.), and T32DA007097 (C.B.).

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  1. Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, USA

    • Carly Baehr
  2. Hennepin Healthcare Research Institute (formerly Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation), Minneapolis, MN, USA

    • Carly Baehr
    •  & Marco Pravetoni
  3. Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology, Center for Immunology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA

    • Marco Pravetoni

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M.P. is the inventor of “Cytokine Signaling Immunomodulators and Methods,” International Application No. PCT/US2017/031907 filed on May 10, 2017. C.B. declares no competing interests.

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