Why Don't We Have a Vaccine Against....? Part 2. Bacteria

Title

Why Don't We Have a Vaccine Against....? Part 2. Bacteria

Creator

Rosenthal K S; Kuntz A; Sikon J

Publisher

Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice

Date

2016
2016-03

Description

Despite the large number of vaccines, this review asks the question: why do we not have vaccines for all infectious diseases? The first of this series discussed basics of vaccine immunology, new approaches, and outlined some of the difficulties and approaches that are being taken for antiviral vaccines. The second part of the series focuses on antibacterial vaccines and the approaches that are being taken to develop vaccines for some of the most important bacteria.

Subject

antibacterial vaccines; attenuated; conjugate vaccines; disease; Immunology; Infectious Diseases; model; oral vaccines; pertussis; toxoid; vaccine; vaccines

Format

Journal Article

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Rights

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Pages

119-123

Issue

2

Volume

24

Citation

Rosenthal K S; Kuntz A; Sikon J, “Why Don't We Have a Vaccine Against....? Part 2. Bacteria,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed April 23, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6901.

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