11/2014. Mucosal bacterial vaccines
It has been published in the scientific journal Curr Drug Targets an interesting review about Mucosal Bacteria Vaccines.
Bacterial vaccines may act as immunostimulating agents in both specific and non-specific immune pathways. The review address their potential to enhance the antiinfectious resistance but also their possible immunomodulatory role for treating diseases affecting the immune system.
Títle: “Extending the clinical horizons of mucosal bacterial vaccines: current evidence and future prospects”
Authors: Sanchez-Ramon S, Diego RP, Dieli-Crimi R, Subiza JL.
from: Dep. of Immunology, Hospital Clinico San Carlos, INMUNOTEK, Spain.