Vaccine based on tick saliva might prevent Lyme disease


A messenger RNA vaccine provoked an immune response in guinea pigs that appears to prevent ticks from taking a full blood meal and transmitting pathogens that cause Lyme and other diseases, researchers reported in Science Translational Medicine. The vaccine is based on antigens in tick saliva and provokes an immune response when a tick bites.

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