SAN DIEGO – FBI and other federal agents took over the office of a San Diego flu vaccine developer Thursday morning to serve search warrants tied to a white-collar criminal investigation, authorities said. FBI spokesman Darrell Foxworth would not say what type of crime was being investigated at NexBio, which is located on Sorrento Valley Road. No arrests have been made.
The privately owned company has spent years working on Fludase, a treatment designed to block a receptor that all flu virus strains use to enter cells in the airways. Continued:

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