Diogo Magnani, an associate scientist for the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, prepares cell cultures in a biological safety cabinet at the Department of Pathology at UM’s Life Sciences and Technology Park. Magnani helped lead a recent study that used injected Zika antibodies to stop infection in macaque monkeys.
Diogo Magnani, an associate scientist for the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, prepares cell cultures in a biological safety cabinet at the Department of Pathology at UM’s Life Sciences and Technology Park. Magnani helped lead a recent study that used injected Zika antibodies to stop infection in macaque monkeys. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Diogo Magnani, an associate scientist for the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine, prepares cell cultures in a biological safety cabinet at the Department of Pathology at UM’s Life Sciences and Technology Park. Magnani helped lead a recent study that used injected Zika antibodies to stop infection in macaque monkeys. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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