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DNA boost for baby

作者:冷挲    发布时间:2019-03-07 08:10:02    

By Nell Boyce A SUCCESSFUL trial of a DNA vaccine has raised hopes that babies could be vaccinated against diseases such as measles soon after birth. At present, protective jabs are ineffective until infants are a few months old. Conventional vaccines don’t work in very young babies because the maternal antibodies lingering in their blood mop up injected virus particles before their immune systems can respond. With a DNA vaccine, however, infants produce viral proteins inside their own cells,

 

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