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Mosquito saliva alone has profound effects on the human immune system

May 17, 2018

Mosquito saliva alone has profound effects on the human immune system

Rebecca Rico-Hesse and colleagues describe the effects that mosquito bites have on human immune cells in mice engrafted with human hematopoietic stem cells up to 7 days post-bite.

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Ethics of randomized trials in a public health emergency

Gerald T. Keusch and colleagues summarize the key findings and conclusions regarding ethical issues raised about conducting research during public health crises such as the 2014–2015 outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. Read the Viewpoint here.

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Ethics of randomized trials in a public health emergency

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