Wijesundara, Danushka; Ranasinghe, Charani
The use of therapeutic or prophylactic vaccines against numerous infectious agents has been well documented. The hallmark of most vaccine strategies is to mimic infection and induce immunological memory that has the potential to confer protection. The use of live attenuated viruses, killed viruses and recombinant viral proteins for vaccination are classical vaccine approaches that have successfully induced protective antibody and cell mediated immune responses (CMI) against viruses such as...[Show more]
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