Published in AIDS Weekly, April 22nd, 1996
The technique involves the manipulation of culture conditions to maximize the expression of immunologically relevant bacterial antigens, according to John L. Pace of MicroCarb Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Pace described the development of antigen-enhanced bacteria in a presentation to the Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI) conference Vaccines: New Technologies and Applications, held March 18-20, 1996, in McLean, Virginia.
Pace noted that inactivated whole-cell...
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