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Deciphering Immunology's Dirty Secret

Deciphering Immunology's Dirty Secret Can innate immune adjuvants save vaccinology? By Kate Travis ARTICLE EXTRAS 1 Why, he wondered, did scientists have to include bits of bacteria or aluminum hydroxide with a vaccine to get an immune response? Janeway hypothesized and later proved that so-called pattern recognition receptors identify invading pathogens and trigger an immediate reaction against the i

By | January 1, 2007

Deciphering Immunology's Dirty Secret

Can innate immune adjuvants save vaccinology?
By Kate Travis

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Avatar of: Sailen Barik

Sailen Barik

Posts: 2

January 10, 2007

This is one of the best popular science articles I have ever read in my life. Kate Travis has done a phenomenal piece. I am making it required reading for my whole department. Thank you, Kate, and please keep writing.
Avatar of: Mary Biersack

Mary Biersack

Posts: 1

January 21, 2007

This is a great overview. I'm also going to pass it on to my co-workers. \n

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