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Dust mites are tiny and ubiquitous, but they cause big allergic reactions for many people. University of Iowa researchers have created a vaccine that may provide relief to dust-mite allergies. Illustration by Austin Smoldt-Sáenz.
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UI researchers have created a vaccine for dust-mite allergies. In lab tests and animal trials, the nano-sized vaccine package was readily absorbed by immune cells and dramatically lowered allergic responses. Story
 

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UI graduates move their tassles during commencement 2014
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UI students receive degrees after 2014 spring session
two children playing in front of a television screen
two children playing in front of a television screen
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UI study shows link between TV programming and children's learning and development
Arun Velamuri is trying to train pigeons to recognize cancer cells.
Arun Velamuri is trying to train pigeons to recognize cancer cells.
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UI program provides opportunities for students to share experiences July 25
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Leslie Yazel sitting at her desk
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