alexa Green monkeys are used for translational Research

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Green monkeys are used for translational Research

Recently virus is found naturally in several species of fruit bats. If it infects then cause serious respiratory distress syndrome and encephalitis. Translational researchers recorded that more than 75 percent of cases, those infected with Nipah die. Researchers conducted their research on live Nipah virus in a high-security.They found that immunizing African green monkeys with a vaccine based on the Hendra virus attachment G glycoprotein completely protected them against Nipah virus infection. Currently there is no approval of vaccines for prevention of infection and disease caused by Nipah and Hendra for use by people or livestock. Hendra-sG vaccine has now been shown to be fully effective against infection by both Nipah and Hendra virus in at least three animal species, representing its prospective as a safe and effective vaccine, as a possible livestock vaccine and now also as possible vaccine that can be used for people. For Disease Control and Prevention both classify the Nipah virus and the Hendra virus as biothreat agents. The Hendra-sG vaccine is produced in the laboratory using molecular techniques

 
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