Ultrahigh-throughput virus-host cell picoreactor system for predictive modeling of viral evolution.
Baltimore, MA, United States
The goal of this project is to develop technologies and approaches to predict natural viral evolution using a tightly coupled in vitro/in silico platform, calibrated to, and validated in, an in vivo system. Initial analysis will involve the mouse norovirus.
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