Lawrence Steinman

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  • Exploring the potential of DNA vaccination HOSPITAL PRACTICE Cohen, I. R., Steinman, L. 1997; 32 (5): 169-?


    DNA vaccines offer a unique means of stimulating and enhancing the immune response. Subjects are vaccinated with the gene for a particular antigen rather than with the antigen itself--the foreign protein that elicits the response is made intracellularly. This new type of gene therapy may not only extend the limits of immunoprotection but may also provide new insight into microbiologic and immunologic processes.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1997WY93800014

    View details for PubMedID 9153144

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