Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, September 11th, 2001
The finding suggests a possible new avenue for chlamydia vaccine research, which has yielded little new information in the past three decades, said J.A. Whittum-Hudson and colleagues in the United States.
"No vaccine candidate has protected against heterologous challenge, nor at more than one site of infection," they pointed out. "The majority of experimental anti-chlamydial vaccines to date have...
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