Published in AIDS Weekly, December 14th, 1998
"Local administration of antigen to the rectal or vaginal mucosa results in higher ASC [antibody-secreting cell] responses than systemic or distant mucosal delivery," observed Kristina Eriksson and colleagues of the University of Goteborg, Sweden. "Furthermore, both the vaginal and the rectal mucosae can serve as inductive sites for systemic ASC...
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