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    October 2019
  1. STEICHEN JM, Lin YC, Havenar-Daughton C, Pecetta S, et al
    A generalized HIV vaccine design strategy for priming of broadly neutralizing antibody responses.
    Science. 2019 Oct 31. pii: science.aax4380. doi: 10.1126/science.aax4380.
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    September 2019
  2. COHEN J
    Controversy over dengue vaccine risk.
    Science. 2019;365:961-962.
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    August 2019
  3. CRANK MC, Ruckwardt TJ, Chen M, Morabito KM, et al
    A proof of concept for structure-based vaccine design targeting RSV in humans.
    Science. 2019;365:505-509.
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    July 2019
  4. MA L, Dichwalkar T, Chang JYH, Cossette B, et al
    Enhanced CAR-T cell activity against solid tumors by vaccine boosting through the chimeric receptor.
    Science. 2019;365:162-168.
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    June 2019
  5. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Plan to use second Ebola vaccine sparks debate.
    Science. 2019;364:1221.
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  6. RABESANDRATANA T
    France is wary of science and vaccines, global survey finds.
    Science. 2019;364:1122.
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    May 2019
  7. GAIHA GD, Rossin EJ, Urbach J, Landeros C, et al
    Structural topology defines protective CD8(+) T cell epitopes in the HIV proteome.
    Science. 2019;364:480-484.
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    April 2019
  8. ARKIN F
    Dengue researcher faces charges in vaccine fiasco.
    Science. 2019;364:320.
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  9. COHEN J
    Ebola outbreak continues despite powerful vaccine.
    Science. 2019;364:223.
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  10. COUZIN-FRANKEL J
    Lyme disease research gets a needed boost.
    Science. 2019;364:221.
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  11. LARSON HJ, Schulz WS
    Reverse global vaccine dissent.
    Science. 2019;364:105.
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    March 2019
  12. WADMAN M
    Vaccination opponents target CDC panel.
    Science. 2019;363:1024.
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    February 2019
  13. REISS DR
    The law and vaccine resistance.
    Science. 2019;363:795.
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  14. WADMAN M
    Measles epidemic in Ukraine drove troubling European year.
    Science. 2019;363:677-678.
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  15. WILSON JT
    A sweeter approach to vaccine design.
    Science. 2019;363:584-585.
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    December 2018
  16. TOKATLIAN T, Read BJ, Jones CA, Kulp DW, et al
    Innate immune recognition of glycans targets HIV nanoparticle immunogens to germinal centers.
    Science. 2018 Dec 20. pii: science.aat9120. doi: 10.1126/science.aat9120.
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  17. COHEN J
    Worries about Ebola outbreak grow, despite use of vaccine.
    Science. 2018;362:1225.
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  18. PHILLIPS MA, Goldberg DE
    Toward a chemical vaccine for malaria.
    Science. 2018;362:1112-1113.
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  19. COHEN J
    Universal flu vaccine is 'an alchemist's dream'.
    Science. 2018;362:1094.
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    November 2018
  20. LAURSEN NS, Friesen RHE, Zhu X, Jongeneelen M, et al
    Universal protection against influenza infection by a multidomain antibody to influenza hemagglutinin.
    Science. 2018;362:598-602.
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    September 2018
  21. COHEN J
    Steep drop in Zika cases undermines vaccine trial.
    Science. 2018;361:1055-1056.
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    August 2018
  22. PONS-SALORT M, Grassly NC
    Serotype-specific immunity explains the incidence of diseases caused by human enteroviruses.
    Science. 2018;361:800-803.
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    July 2018
  23. COHEN J
    Congo rapidly curtails Ebola.
    Science. 2018;361:211-212.
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    June 2018
  24. ABDOOL KARIM Q, Abdool Karim SS
    HIV-No time for complacency.
    Science. 2018;360:1153.
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  25. FRIEDEN TR
    Still not ready for Ebola.
    Science. 2018;360:1049.
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    May 2018
  26. COHEN J
    Vaccine trial launched to stop Ebola.
    Science. 2018;360:694-695.
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    March 2018
  27. SAHIN U, Tureci O
    Personalized vaccines for cancer immunotherapy.
    Science. 2018;359:1355-1360.
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  28. MANFREDO VIEIRA S, Hiltensperger M, Kumar V, Zegarra-Ruiz D, et al
    Translocation of a gut pathobiont drives autoimmunity in mice and humans.
    Science. 2018;359:1156-1161.
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    February 2018
  29. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Use of cholera vaccines expands, raising hopes.
    Science. 2018;359:620-621.
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    January 2018
  30. KUPFERSCHMIDT K
    Critics see only risks, no benefits in horsepox paper.
    Science. 2018;359:375-376.
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  31. DU Y, Xin L, Shi Y, Zhang TH, et al
    Genome-wide identification of interferon-sensitive mutations enables influenza vaccine design.
    Science. 2018;359:290-296.
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  32. PLOTKIN SA, Offit P, Begue P
    Vaccine mandates in France will save lives.
    Science. 2018;359:283-284.
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  33. TEIJARO JR, Burton DR
    Taking down defenses to improve vaccines.
    Science. 2018;359:277-278.
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  34. BELSER JA, Tumpey TM
    The 1918 flu, 100 years later.
    Science. 2018;359:255.
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  35. ROBERTS L
    In Pakistan, surveillance for polio reveals a paradox.
    Science. 2018;359:142-143.
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    December 2017
  36. NORMILE D
    Safety concerns derail dengue vaccination program.
    Science. 2017;358:1514-1515.
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    November 2017
  37. FEINBERG MB, Ahmed R
    Advancing dengue vaccine development.
    Science. 2017;358:865-866.
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    October 2017
  38. WARD JK, Colgrove J, Verger P
    France's risky vaccine mandates.
    Science. 2017;358:458-459.
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  39. CHAMBERLAIN AT, Lavery JV, White A, Omer SB, et al
    Ethics of maternal vaccination.
    Science. 2017;358:452-453.
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    September 2017
  40. COHEN J
    Why is the flu vaccine so mediocre?
    Science. 2017;357:1222-1223.
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  41. XU L, Pegu A, Rao E, Doria-Rose N, et al
    Trispecific broadly neutralizing HIV antibodies mediate potent SHIV protection in macaques.
    Science. 2017 Sep 20. pii: eaan8630. doi: 10.1126/science.aan8630.
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    August 2017
  42. KEAN S
    On the trail of yellow fever.
    Science. 2017;357:637-641.
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  43. COHEN J
    Where has all the Zika gone?
    Science. 2017;357:631-632.
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    July 2017
  44. COHEN J
    Zika rewrites maternal immunization ethics.
    Science. 2017;357:241.
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    May 2017
  45. COHEN J
    New Ebola outbreak rings alarm bells early.
    Science. 2017;356:788-789.
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    March 2017
  46. LESLIE M
    Can flu shots help women get pregnant?
    Science. 2017;355:1247-1248.
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    January 2017
  47. STOKSTAD E
    Taming rabies.
    Science. 2017;355:238-242.
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  48. COHEN J
    A half-billion-dollar bid to head off emerging diseases.
    Science. 2017;355:237.
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