All rights reserved.. AP/Miami Herald examines potential use of H1N1 vaccine A strain-particular vaccine for the H1N1 flu virus, also known as the swine flu, that potentially could be developed by researchers might not be as beneficial as some might hope because uninsured U.S. Occupants are unlikely to get the vaccine, the AP/Miami Herald reports. Based on the AP/Herald, uninsured U.S. Residents likely would be forced to select between likely to the emergency department, potentially flooding EDs, or self-medicating. Many uninsured U.S. Residents are unaware that many community health centers and physicians’ offices offer no-price or reduced cost services for low-income patients, the AP/Herald reports.This enhanced version of its best-in-class microRNA interrogation alternative will support the research community’s quest for personalized medication by accelerating the identification of biomarkers and gene expression signatures connected with disease. Built on the success of the first-generation miRNA Array style, turnkey assay, and data evaluation alternative, the GeneChip miRNA 2.0 Array combines the most in depth miRNA view with the highest level of sensitivity available.