Susan Hasty, Publisher
Table of Contents . . . February 5th, 1996Non-Subscriber - Summaries Only
Immunization - T-Cell Drop Below 300 Signals Low Response to Vaccines
Birth Control - Second-Generation Birth-Control Vaccine in Pipeline
Chagas Disease - New Target Found For Possible Vaccine
Conference Coverage (ACTG) - New PACTG Chief: Prevent Infant Infection, Find Better Treatments
Genomics - Staph Bacteria Gene Sequenced
Immunizations - Celebration Highlights History/Worldwide Impact of Vaccination
Immunology (HIV) - Genetic Trait Helps Infants Resist HIV Infection
Industry News (Funding) - Vaccines for Children Contract Awarded
Industry News (Joint Venture) - Option Agreement Covering Therapeutic Vaccine for Genital Warts
Industry News (Vaccine Development) - Tests Demonstrate Inhibition of Cancer Growth
International (Asia) - India Renews Drive To Eradicate Polio
International (Asia) - Report Says Strain of HIV Isolated in India
Malaria Vaccines - Immune Response Data Is Beneficial for MSP-1 Based Vaccine
Malaria Vaccines - Standard Membrane Feeding Assay May Not Predict In Vivo Findings
Pediatrics (Immunization) - CDC Publishes First Unified Immunization Schedule
TB Vaccines - Scientists Boost Bacteria To Fight Tuberculosis
Vaccine Development - Synthetic Peptides Offer Approach To Making Viral Vaccines
Vaccine (Hepatitis) - "Humoral Immune Response after Immunization with a New Liposomal Hepatitis A Vaccine."
Vaccine Development - "Vaccine Delivery Systems."
Vaccine Development (Hepatitis) - "Immunogenicity and Reactogenicity of a Combined Hepatitis A/B Candidate Vaccine: First Results."
Vaccines (Hepatitis) - "Accelerated Vaccination Against Hepatitis B."
Vaccines (Hepatitis) - "Cross Immunogenicity and Tolerance of Two Inactivated Vaccines Against Hepatitis A Virus."
Vaccines (TB) - "Novel Developments: Vaccines Against Tuberculosis."
Cancer Vaccines - "Targeting p53 as a General Tumor Antigen."
Respiratory Syncytial Virus - "Evidence that the Amino Acid Region 124-203 of Glycoprotein G from the Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Constitutes a Major Part of the Polypeptide Domain that is Involved in the Protection Against RSV Infectio
Vaccine Development - "Stimulation of Protective CD8+ T Lymphocytes by Vaccination with Nonliving Bacteria."