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Research Roundup: Fitness analysis, infection protection, impact crater

“Everybody knows exercise is good for you, but we really don’t know what drives that at a molecular level,” professor and genetics department chair Michael Snyder told Stanford Medicine News. “Our goal at the outset was to conduct a highly comprehensive analysis of what’s happening in the body just after exercising.”

Research Roundup: HIV vaccination, diabetes two-in-one injection, hybrid fish genetics

“Most vaccines aim at stimulating serum immunity by raising antibodies to the invading pathogen,” Bali Pulendran, professor of pathology and microbiology and immunology, told Stanford Medicine News. “This vaccine also boosted cellular immunity, the mustering of an army of immune cells that chase down cells infected by the pathogen. We created a synergy between these two kinds of immune activity.”
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