Vaccine for Lyme Disease Shows Promise Treating Mice in Redding Backyards

White-footed mouse


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The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station is one step closer to a reducing the risk of contracting Lyme disease, by targeting the bacteria in its most common carrier, the white-footed mouse.


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