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New digs for UW AIDS researchers

Madison, Wis. - Trying to find a vaccine for AIDS is tricky enough, but when your scientists are scattered in five different places on a sprawling university campus, it's downright daunting.

So when the University of Wisconsin-Madison's new AIDS Vaccine Research Laboratory opened on Sept. 16, the prospects for eventual success seemed all the more possible. Lab scientists there are ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katherine Esposito 10/14/05


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