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Bringing the tropics to Glasgow

Published on: Author: the CVR science blog editors

The words Glasgow, tropical and mosquito don’t go together often – you are far more likely to hear about the dreaded midge than hear about an infestation of an insect that prefers slightly warmer climes.  However, here at the CVR, we have recreated the tropics within our insectary (a secure, cosy and very humid home… Continue reading

Viral pseudotypes – tools of mass eradication?

Published on: Author: the CVR science blog editors

  Find out more about Morbilliviruses and the research involving them at the CVR, in this latest episode of the Contagious Thinking podcast brought to you by the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR). Here, Joanna Crispell and Yasmin Parr talk to Dr Brian Willett – Professor of Viral Immunology at the CVR.… Continue reading