Transcutaneous delivery of T Cell-inducing viral vector Malaria vaccines by microneedle patches

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
(2011)
  • Subject: Life Sciences | Biology | Nano-biotechnology | Parasitology | Infectious diseases | Biology (medical sciences) | Malaria | Immunology | Tropical medicine | Viruses | Vaccinology

<p>There is an urgent need for improvements to existing vaccine delivery technologies to run parallel with the development of new-generation vaccines. The burdens of needle-based immunisation strategies are exacerbated by poor resource provision in such areas as sub-Sah... View more
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