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Vanderbilt researchers isolate Ebola-fighting human antibodies for possible treatment

Oct. 28, 2014, 1:45 PM

Vanderbilt University researchers have isolated Ebola-fighting human antibodies – the first of their kind – that could lead to a new treatment. The Vanderbilt research team has been working for several years to come up with the strongest Ebola-fighting antibodies. Watch as VUCast goes inside the lab.

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