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  • Malaria Database is a resource maintained by Australia's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne. Of special value is the Malaria Discussion Group; researchers will be interested in searching that group's discussions about possible malaria vaccines.

  • The National Centre for Immunisation Research (NCIRS)" was established at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, Sydney, by Australia's National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in August 1997, to carry out research and give independent expert advice about all aspects of diseases which can be prevented by vaccination, particularly in children.

  • Travellers Medical and Vaccination Centre in Australia contains a wealth of information for people traveling for business or pleasure, to travel consultants, to medical practitioners in Australia and overseas and to the media. This is a well-designed site, quick to load even with some attractive graphics.

  • The Vaccine Strategy Program at the Centre for Animal Biotechnology at the University of Melbourne, Australia, aims to utilize insights in humoral and cellular immunology and cytokine biology to develop better vaccines for infectious diseases and better vaccine delivery systems for both human and veterinary applications.

  • Virus Databases Online is a site at Australian National University in Canberra, with links to similar databases on other continents.

 

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