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1 A conserved 37 kDa outer membrane protein of Edwardsiella tarda is an effective vaccine candidate Kawai, Kenji
2004
22 25-26 p. 3411-3418
8 p.
article
2 A DNA vaccine producing LcrV antigen in oligomers is effective in protecting mice from lethal mucosal challenge of plague Wang, Shixia
2004
22 25-26 p. 3348-3357
10 p.
article
3 Adverse events in humans associated with accidental exposure to the livestock brucellosis vaccine RB51 Ashford, David A
2004
22 25-26 p. 3435-3439
5 p.
article
4 A novel CEA vaccine stimulates T cell proliferation, γIFN secretion and CEA specific CTL responses Parsons, T
2004
22 25-26 p. 3487-3494
8 p.
article
5 Attenuated poxviruses expressing a synthetic HIV protein stimulate HLA-A2-restricted cytotoxic T-cell responses Didierlaurent, Arnaud
2004
22 25-26 p. 3395-3403
9 p.
article
6 Bovine viral diarrhea virus with deletions in the 5′-nontranslated region: reduction of replication in calves and induction of protective immunity Makoschey, B
2004
22 25-26 p. 3285-3294
10 p.
article
7 CD40 antibody as an adjuvant induces enhanced T cell responses Carlring, Jennifer
2004
22 25-26 p. 3323-3328
6 p.
article
8 Defining the genome content of live plague vaccines by use of whole-genome DNA microarray Zhou, Dongsheng
2004
22 25-26 p. 3367-3374
8 p.
article
9 Differential efficacy of vaccinia virus envelope proteins administered by DNA immunisation in protection of BALB/c mice from a lethal intranasal poxvirus challenge Pulford, D.J
2004
22 25-26 p. 3358-3366
9 p.
article
10 DNA immunization followed by a viral vector booster in a Chlamydia pneumoniae mouse model Penttilä, Tuula
2004
22 25-26 p. 3386-3394
9 p.
article
11 Economic analysis of the 1996–1997 mass measles immunization campaigns in South Africa Uzicanin, Amra
2004
22 25-26 p. 3419-3426
8 p.
article
12 Editorial Board/Aims and Scope 2004
22 25-26 p. IFC-
1 p.
article
13 Experimental squalene adjuvant Benı́šek, Zdenek
2004
22 25-26 p. 3470-3474
5 p.
article
14 Experimental squalene adjuvant Süli, Judit
2004
22 25-26 p. 3464-3469
6 p.
article
15 Expression of heterologous antigens in Salmonella Typhimurium vaccine vectors using the in vivo-inducible, SPI-2 promoter, ssaG McKelvie, Nicola D.
2004
22 25-26 p. 3243-3255
13 p.
article
16 IL-15 is superior to IL-2 in the generation of long-lived antigen specific memory CD4 and CD8 T cells in rhesus macaques Villinger, F.
2004
22 25-26 p. 3510-3521
12 p.
article
17 Immunogenicity, safety, and memory of different schedules of Neisseria meningitidis A/C-diphtheria toxoid conjugate vaccine in infants in Niger Chippaux, J.-P
2004
22 25-26 p. 3303-3311
9 p.
article
18 Induction of antigen-dependent interleukin-12 production by negatively charged liposomes encapsulating antigens Yotsumoto, Satoshi
2004
22 25-26 p. 3503-3509
7 p.
article
19 Induction of neutralising antibodies restricts the use of human granulocyte/macrophage colony stimulating factor for vaccine studies in rhesus macaques Eisenblätter, Martin
2004
22 25-26 p. 3295-3302
8 p.
article
20 Introduction of mutations into the non-structural genes or 3′ untranslated region of an attenuated dengue virus type 4 vaccine candidate further decreases replication in rhesus monkeys while retaining protective immunity Hanley, Kathryn A
2004
22 25-26 p. 3440-3448
9 p.
article
21 Live vaccinia-rabies virus recombinants, but not an inactivated rabies virus cell culture vaccine, protect B-lymphocyte-deficient A/WySnJ mice against rabies: considerations of recombinant defective poxviruses for rabies immunization of immunocompromised individuals Lodmell, Donald L
2004
22 25-26 p. 3329-3333
5 p.
article
22 Long-term protection against SHIV89.6P replication in HIV-1 Tat vaccinated cynomolgus monkeys Maggiorella, Maria Teresa
2004
22 25-26 p. 3258-3269
12 p.
article
23 Marburg virus-like particles protect guinea pigs from lethal Marburg virus infection Warfield, Kelly L
2004
22 25-26 p. 3495-3502
8 p.
article
24 Methodological quality of studies and patient age as major sources of variation in efficacy estimates of influenza vaccination in healthy adults: a meta-analysis Villari, P
2004
22 25-26 p. 3475-3486
12 p.
article
25 Missed opportunities for adult immunization in diverse primary care office settings Nowalk, Mary Patricia
2004
22 25-26 p. 3457-3463
7 p.
article
26 No epidemiological evidence for infant vaccinations to cause allergic disease Koppen, S
2004
22 25-26 p. 3375-3385
11 p.
article
27 Poor immune responses to influenza vaccination in infants Kumagai, Takuji
2004
22 25-26 p. 3404-3410
7 p.
article
28 Potential conflicts of interest in vaccine economics research: a commentary with a case study of pneumococcal conjugate vaccination Beutels, Philippe
2004
22 25-26 p. 3312-3322
11 p.
article
29 Protection of weaned pigs by vaccination with human adenovirus 5 recombinant viruses expressing the hemagglutinin and the nucleoprotein of H3N2 swine influenza virus Wesley, Ronald D
2004
22 25-26 p. 3427-3434
8 p.
article
30 Rabies cell culture vaccines reconstituted and stored at 4°C for 1 year prior to use protect mice against rabies virus Lodmell, Donald L
2004
22 25-26 p. 3237-3239
3 p.
article
31 Reactogenicity of acellular pertussis vaccine in 4-year-olds in The Netherlands Keijzer-Veen, Mandy G
2004
22 25-26 p. 3256-3257
2 p.
article
32 Reduction of nasal colonization of nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae following intranasal immunization with rLP4/rLP6/UspA2 proteins combined with aqueous formulation of RC529 Mason, Kathryn W
2004
22 25-26 p. 3449-3456
8 p.
article
33 Response to Letter to the Editor by Jumaan Goldman, Gary S.
2004
22 25-26 p. 3232-3236
5 p.
article
34 Response to Letter to the Editor by Rentier and Gershon Lau, Y.L
2004
22 25-26 p. 3227-
1 p.
article
35 Scientific commentary Jumaan, Aisha
2004
22 25-26 p. 3228-3231
4 p.
article
36 Serotype distribution and antimicrobial resistance patterns of nasopharyngeal and invasive Streptococcus pneumoniae isolates in Hong Kong children Ho, Pak Leung
2004
22 25-26 p. 3334-3339
6 p.
article
37 The artificial antimicrobial peptide KLKLLLLLKLK induces predominantly a TH2-type immune response to co-injected antigens Fritz, Jörg H
2004
22 25-26 p. 3274-3284
11 p.
article
38 The first rapid onset optic neuritis after measles–rubella vaccination: case report Arshi, S
2004
22 25-26 p. 3240-3242
3 p.
article
39 The Oka varicella vaccines are more equal than different Rentier, Bernard
2004
22 25-26 p. 3225-3226
2 p.
article
40 Vaccination and ill-health in dogs: a lack of temporal association and evidence of equivalence Edwards, D.S
2004
22 25-26 p. 3270-3273
4 p.
article
41 Vaccine-induced protection against anthrax in cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) and black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) Turnbull, P.C.B
2004
22 25-26 p. 3340-3347
8 p.
article
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