Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 14th, 1998
Their approach adds a twist to the science of DNA vaccines, which themselves are a fairly new technique.
Vaccines work on the principle of priming the immune system to recognize an invader and attack it more quickly, before it can do any harm. The very first vaccine used cowpox, a virus similar to smallpox, to prevent smallpox infection.
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