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Mar 31, 2016
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Techniques: Bacteria-derived, sheath-like nanoparticles for antigen delivery in infectious disease vaccines

Drug delivery

TECHNOLOGY: Nanoparticles

Sheath-like nanoparticles derived from bacteria could be used to deliver vaccine antigens to prevent infections. The sheaths consisted of tubular, heterodimeric structures of ClpV-interacting protein A (VipA) and VipB isolated from the...

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