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Nanoparticles in Vaccines Amplify Protective Immune Responses

Inflammation is sometimes a good thing

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Adjuvants are molecules added to vaccines to help them work better by stimulating a stronger immune response. This approach to boosting immunity has been around for decades — drug developers added aluminum salts to diphtheria and tetanus vaccines as early as the 1930s to…

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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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