Published in Vaccine Weekly, February 15th, 1999
The immunizations allowed the animals to fight the infection much more quickly and effectively, resulting in reduced symptoms and mortality, said Cel-Sci Corp. investigators and Dr. Kenneth S. Rosenthal, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM), Rootstown, Ohio,
Rosenthal said, "It is significant to note that this protection appears to be due solely to cellular (e.g., T-cell) immune response. We were not able to find antibodies to the vaccines in the animals."
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