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December 22, 2021

Omicron Will Surge Despite Biden’s New Plan, Scientists Say

New York Times article featuring Dr. Alter, Dr. Lemieux, Dr. Karim

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Omicron becomes dominant variant in Mass., already ‘straining the system’

Boston Globe article featuring Mass CPR and Dr. Walker, Dr. Luban, Dr. Lemieux, and Dr. Karim

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Yes, omicron has overtaken delta. No, it’s not March 2020.

USA TODAY article featuring Dr. Alter, Mass CPR, Dr. Walker, Dr. Luban, and Dr. Lemieux

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November 17, 2021

Scientists create a new best-in-class anti-malarial antibody

The Batista Lab and collaborators at NIH have found a way to use humanized mice and bioinformatics to improve anti-malaria monoclonal antibodies, creating a new best-in-class antibody with potential therapeutic value.

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Global Infectious Diseases September 8, 2021

When Good T cells Go Bad

In a paper recently published in Immunity, Ragon researchers found that, in these cases, control is lost after a type of immune cell, known as a cytotoxic T cell, loses the ability to proliferate and kill HIV-infected cells.

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