BclA and toxin antigens augment each other to protect NMRI mice from lethal Bacillus anthracis challenge

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Köhler, Susanne M.; Baillie, Les; Beyer, Wolfgang;
(2015)

While proving highly effective in controlling Anthrax in farm animals all over the world currently attenuated live anthrax vaccines employed in a veterinary context suffer from drawbacks such as residual virulence, short term protection, variation in quality and, most i... View more
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