Modern Vaccinology

Hardcover | September 30, 1994

EditorEdouard Kurstak

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This book reviews the latest findings on new vaccines research, development, and potency trials. It includes in-depth discussions of attenuated vectors, polynucleotides, AIDS, and many other subjects. Useful at both research and application levels, this work will provide all public health professionals with a tool to help in the global control of infectious diseases.

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This book reviews the latest findings on new vaccines research, development, and potency trials. It includes in-depth discussions of attenuated vectors, polynucleotides, AIDS, and many other subjects. Useful at both research and application levels, this work will provide all public health professionals with a tool to help in the g...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:408 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.03 inPublished:September 30, 1994Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306448203

ISBN - 13:9780306448201

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New Concepts in Vaccines Development and Immune Response: Vaccination with Polynucleotides (J.B. Ulmer et al.). Development of Vaccines by Grafting Microbial Epitopes in Immunoglobulins (C.A. Bona). Conventional and New Generation Combined Vaccines (F.E. André et al.). Progress in the Development of Multivalent Oral Vaccines Based on Live Attenuated Salmonella (S.N. Chatfield et al.). Potentiation of Vaccines through Effective Adjuvant Formulations and Manipulation of the Immune Response (H.P.A. Hughes, L.A. Babiuk). Recombinant Vaccines and Multivalent Immunogens: Recent Advances in Recombinant Vaccines for Viral and Parsitic Diseases (J.A. Tine et al.). Hepatitis B Virus Recombinant Vaccines (F. Tron). Recombinant Hepatitis B Surface Antigen as Carrier of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epitopes (K. Schlienger et al.). Genetically Engineered Human Immunodefiency Virus Type1 Vaccines (B. Rovinski, M. Klein). 9 additional articles. Index.