ANIMAL vaccine manufacturers could benefit from the work of two Purdue University researchers who are testing biomaterial made from sweet corn to make vaccines safer.
Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine professor Harm HogenEsch and College of Agriculture associate professor Yuan Yao are developing biomaterial from a non-genetically modified variety of sweet corn to use as an adjuvant in animal vaccines. Adjuvants are substances that are added to
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