Vaccines and gut microbes join forces to fight flu

Gastrointestinal bacteria strengthen protection against influenza virus after immunization

bacterium with flagellum

FLAGELLA FORTIFICATION  Bacteria with propulsive tails called flagella bolster immunity in mice after influenza vaccination.

Peggy S. Hayes/CDC

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