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Title Vaccinations : procedures, types and controversy / edited by Adeline I. Bezio and Braydon E. Campbell
Published New York : Nova Biomedical, [2012]


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Description ix, 194 pages ; 26 cm
Series Immunology and immune system disorders
Immunology and immune system disorders.
Contents Machine generated contents note: ch. I From Animals to Humans: Can Vaccines Make the Transition? / Peter M. Smooker -- ch. II Immunization Levels and Attitudes of Healthcare Workers-Nurses in Greecerelated to Immunization Recommendations for Healthcare Workers / Greta Wozniak -- ch. III A New Vaccination Method for Exogenous and Endogenous Antigen Initiated Disorders / Donald Mackay Weir -- ch. IV Vaccination Insights: Challenges and Opportunities / M. S. S. Felipe -- ch. V Impact of Vaccination on Disease Prevention and Control / Wei Yang -- ch. VI T Cell Vaccination for Multiple Sclerosis / Jingwu Z. Zhang -- ch. VII Improving the Immunogenicity of DNA Vaccines: A Nano-Sized Task? / Peter M. Smooker
Summary Vaccines play an essential role in keeping humans and animals healthy. The vaccine has been one of the most important interventions designed to both prevent and to treat diseases, strengthening and improving the weakened immune system. In this book, the authors discuss veterinary sector vaccines and how they may be applied to improve human vaccines; immunization recommendations for healthcare workers; a new vaccination method for exogenous and endogenous antigen initiated disorders; the impact of vaccination on disease prevention and control; and T-Cell vaccination for multiple sclerosis
Subject Vaccination.
Vaccines -- Research.
Vaccines -- Biotechnology.
Drug development.
Communicable diseases -- Prevention.
Author Bezio, Adeline
Campbell, Braydon
ISBN 9781620810361