Oslo, October 25 (RHC-Agencies)-- Researchers in Norway and Britain have found a method for predicting development of bacteria that can result in new and better vaccines, Norwegian public broadcaster NRK has reported.
Jukka Corander, a professor of biostatics at the University of Oslo(UiO) said: "The finding gives us a deeper understanding of how the immune response and the competition between bacterial strains function at population level."
The development is seen as a new opportunity to develop brand new and better vaccines against illnesses like Escherichia coli bacteria, which are currently under development, and clinical trials are being conducted in, among others, Africa.
Experts say the finding also gives a hope to develop sustainable vaccines against most bacteria that cause infections worldwide in future.
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