By Michelle Donovan

McMaster researchers developing homegrown vaccines to fight COVID-19 and prevent future outbreaks, using specialized campus lab and production facility

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A team of virologists, infectious disease experts and immunologists at McMaster is developing two new second-generation COVID-19 vaccine candidates, designing and producing them in a specialized facility on campus.

The ability to manufacture a vaccine puts McMaster among a very small number of research facilities attempting to fill the made-in-Canada gap in the race to produce more vaccines….

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