Veterinary Pathology, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Nanovaccine Institute
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Traditionally, immune priming followed by an antigen-boost is utilized for vaccine-induced protective immunity and maintaining long-term immunity often requires repeated exposure to antigen. Here, a novel single dose vaccination platform designed with gonadotropin releasing hormone multiple antigenic peptide as a model antigen is shown.
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Schaut, Robert G.; Brewer, Matt T.; Mendoza, Kriscelle; Jackman, John K.; Narasimhan, Balaji; and Jones, Douglas E., "A polyanhydride-based implantable single dose vaccine platform for long-term immunity" (2018). Veterinary Pathology Publications and Papers. 104.
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