CHINESE STUDY UNLOCKS CLUES TO FIGHT AFRICAN SWINE FEVER

Chinese scientists have unraveled the three dimensional structure of the African swine fever virus, laying a solid foundation for developing effective and safe vaccines against the disease.

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