Engineering the Immune System to Improve Vaccines: From Molecular Probe Design to Translational Applications

Brittany Anne Moser
Vaccines are one of the greatest achievements to public health allowing almost complete eradication of small pox and polio and dramatically reducing the incidence of a variety of other diseases. However, many diseases still exist without a vaccine. To create vaccines for these diseases we need to understand and create enhanced responses that enable proper immune activation. This organized activation can be achieved using adjuvants, components added to the vaccine to enhance the immune response....
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