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Immunological Insight Offer Improvements in Salmonella Vaccines

News   Sep 25, 2018 | Original Story by Andy Fell for the University of California Davis.

 
Immunological Insight Offer Improvements in Salmonella Vaccines

Salmonella bacteria (red) invading human cells. Salmonella infections can cause severe disease and current vaccines are inadequate. New work in mouse models shows which cells are responsible for immunity to Salmonella and may lead to improved vaccines. Credit: Rocky Mountain Laboratories, NIAID, NIH.

 
 
 

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