Microemulsion could allow vaccines to be stockpiled long-term
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Maj. Jean M. Muderhwa, a biochemist who serves as deputy director of the lab at the Department of Clinical Investigation at Brooke Army Medical Center, formulated a stable "microemulsion" compound for use in vaccines that could one day be key to the long-term stockpiling of important vaccines for distribution in case of disaster.
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