Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, October 25th, 2001
Although animal vaccination with plasmids encoded for woodchuck hepatitis core antigen (pCw) stimulates the production of antigen-specific T cells, those cells produce insufficient levels of interferon (IFN)-(gamma) and do not effect viral immunity, the authors of a new study say. By coimmunizing animals with vectors containing IL-12, they have overcome that problem,...
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