Published in Food and Drug Law Weekly, April 21st, 2006
"The Cu-Zn SOD antigen of B. abortus was previously identified to be a T cell antigen which induces both proliferation of and gamma interferon (IFN-gamma) secretion by T cells from infected mice. In an earlier study, we demonstrated that intramuscular injection of mice with a plasmid DNA carrying the gene for SOD leads to the development of significant protection against B. abortus challenge," wrote A. Gonzalez-Smith and colleagues of Concepcion University.
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