2013 CVM News: Portrait of an extraordinary Cornellian: Dr. Avery August
Avery August targets asthma in animals and humans
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This news item is about: Conducting research on diseases common in humans and animals alike allows Cornell immunologist Avery August to make discoveries otherwise impossible. Mice, for example, no longer develop asthma when a particular enzyme is targeted. This novel research begs the question: can scientists create new medicines that are similarly effective in humans?
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