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Here’s your periodic update on News from NIAID-Supported Institutions. The following links will take you to the institution’s press release:

Notre Dame Biologist Nora Besansky leads International Consortium in Sequencing the Genomes of Malaria-Carrying Mosquitoes 
November 27, 2014—University of Notre Dame

Drugs to Block Angiogenesis Could Provide New Treatment for TB 
November 24, 2014—Duke University School of Medicine
Team Reveals Weak Spots in Ebola’s Defenses 
November 24, 2014—The Scripps Research Institute

Researchers Tease Out Glitches in Immune System's Self-Recognition 
November 21, 2014—The Johns Hopkins University

Halting the Hijacker: Cellular Targets to Thwart Influenza Virus Infection 
November 20, 2014—University of Wisconsin-Madison

Breakthrough in Managing Yellow Fever Disease 
November 20, 2014—University of California, Riverside

New Study Reveals Why Some People May Be Immune to HIV-1   
November 19, 2014—University of Minnesota
UTHealth Awarded $7.3 Million for Health Information Technology Research 
November 18, 2014—The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Creating Trust in the Time of Ebola 
November 17, 2014—Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Ferret Genome Holds Clues to Respiratory Diseases 
November 17, 2014—University of Washington
Semen Directly Impairs Effectiveness of Microbicides that Target HIV   
November 12, 2014—Gladstone Institutes 
Research Suggests How Mosquitoes Evolved an Attraction to Human Scent 
November 12, 2014—The Rockefeller University
Inhaled Ebola Vaccine May Offer Long-Term Protection from Virus 
November 3, 2014—The University of Texas at Austin

New Technique Efficiently Turns Antibodies Into Highly Tuned “Nanobodies” 
November 2, 2014—Rockefeller University

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