What Does the Future of Vaccines and Immunotherapy Look Like?

News   Dec 15, 2017 | Original story from Cell Press

 
What Does the Future of Vaccines and Immunotherapy Look Like?

Key Classes of Biomaterials Being Used to Study and Control Immune Function. These efforts involve (A) liposomes, (B) polymer nanoparticles and microparticles, (C) self-assembled materials, (D) polymer scaffolds, and (E) microneedles and other macroscopic devices. Credit: Bookstaver et al./Trends in Immunology

 
 
 

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