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UMD receives new funding to stop infection from Lyme disease pathogens before it begins – News-Medical.Net

The University of Maryland received new funding from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to develop novel therapeutic strategies that have the potential to…

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The University of Maryland (UMD) received new funding from the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to develop novel therapeutic strategies that have the potential to stop infection from Lyme disease pathogens before it begins. Unlike traditional antibiotic treatments for Lyme disease that attack the pathogen directly and put it on the defensive, Utpal Pal and his team in the UMD Department of Veterinary Medicine are working in close collaboration with the National Institutes of Health’s National…

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