DVBIDDivision of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases (CDC)
DVBIDDowntown Vacaville Business Improvement District (Vacaville, CA)
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Using the same vaccine technology developed for the dengue vaccine, scientists at DVBID engineered a novel West Nile vaccine and demonstrated that the vaccine is safe and protects mice from West Nile virus.
"The license will permit InViragen to convert the exciting research findings of the DVBID into products that will improve public health worldwide."
Established in the 1950s, the DVBID of the CDC serves as a national and international reference center for viral and bacterial diseases transmitted to humans by a "vector" such as mosquito, tick, or flea.