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Eyedrop Vaccination Induced Systemic and Mucosal Immunity against Influenza Virus in Ferrets.

Eyedrop Vaccination Induced Systemic and Mucosal Immunity against Influenza Virus in Ferrets.

... the eyedrop influenza vaccine to elicit protective immunity in fer- rets, we separately administered three different strains of LAIV (Table 1) to three groups of fer- rets (n = 3 or 4) twice ... See full document

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Intranasal vaccination promotes detrimental Th17-mediated immunity against influenza infection.

Intranasal vaccination promotes detrimental Th17-mediated immunity against influenza infection.

... vaccine-induced influenza-specific memory Th17 cells is detrimental in vaccine-induced immunity to influenza based on cytokine neutralization studies, we cannot rule out the ... See full document

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Dual role of respiratory syncytial virus glycoprotein fragment as a mucosal immunogen and chemotactic adjuvant.

Dual role of respiratory syncytial virus glycoprotein fragment as a mucosal immunogen and chemotactic adjuvant.

... protection against RSV infection, support- ing the protective role of antibodies to this region of G ...immunogenic and partially protective responses without adjuvant ...aspects: mucosal ... See full document

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Systematic review of mucosal immunity induced by oral and inactivated poliovirus vaccines against virus shedding following oral poliovirus challenge.

Systematic review of mucosal immunity induced by oral and inactivated poliovirus vaccines against virus shedding following oral poliovirus challenge.

... used in mass vaccination campaigns during the final stages of polio ...of vaccination with oral poliovirus vaccine (OPV) after ...IPV in the control of poliomyelitis outbreaks will depend on ... See full document

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Immune responses to gp82 provide protection against mucosal Trypanosoma cruzi infection

Immune responses to gp82 provide protection against mucosal Trypanosoma cruzi infection

... gp82 vaccination develop lower parasitaemia compared with control immunized mice (Santori et ...lenge and the endpoint analysis was peak parasitaemia rather than death. In our study, we found no ... See full document

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Influenza H5 hemagglutinin DNA primes the antibody response elicited by the live attenuated influenza A/Vietnam/1203/2004 vaccine in ferrets.

Influenza H5 hemagglutinin DNA primes the antibody response elicited by the live attenuated influenza A/Vietnam/1203/2004 vaccine in ferrets.

... prevent and control pandemic ...attenuated influenza virus (LAIV) vaccines induce both local mucosal and systemic immunity [6] and are able to elicit broad immune ... See full document

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Full inactivation of human influenza virus by high hydrostatic pressure preserves virus structure and membrane fusion while conferring protection to mice against infection.

Full inactivation of human influenza virus by high hydrostatic pressure preserves virus structure and membrane fusion while conferring protection to mice against infection.

... i.n. and i.m. routes with virus inactivated by HHP prevented disease in mice (Figure ...i.m. vaccination, which is in agreement with a previous study that analyzed different routes for ... See full document

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Systemic BCG immunization induces persistent lung mucosal multifunctional CD4 T(EM) cells which expand following virulent mycobacterial challenge.

Systemic BCG immunization induces persistent lung mucosal multifunctional CD4 T(EM) cells which expand following virulent mycobacterial challenge.

... identified and highlighted the role of multifunctional T cells in a number of disease and vaccination models ...protection against Leishmania major [17] and associate with ... See full document

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Mucosal vaccination with recombinant adenovirus encoding nucleoprotein provides potent protection against influenza virus infection.

Mucosal vaccination with recombinant adenovirus encoding nucleoprotein provides potent protection against influenza virus infection.

... magnitude and characteristic of CTL response elicited during differential influenza virus infection may be distinct for each influenza virus strain causing the concurrent ...differences ... See full document

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MVA-based H5N1 vaccine affords cross-clade protection in mice against influenza A/H5N1 viruses at low doses and after single immunization.

MVA-based H5N1 vaccine affords cross-clade protection in mice against influenza A/H5N1 viruses at low doses and after single immunization.

... protective immunity by MVA-HA-VN/04 vaccination need to be confirmed in ...confirmed in non-human primates [24] and therefore we anticipate that also in humans dose sparing ... See full document

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Key words: Newcastle Disease Virus, NDV-free status, pathogenicity, broiler chickens, biological

Key words: Newcastle Disease Virus, NDV-free status, pathogenicity, broiler chickens, biological

... birds and the use of such viruses as live vaccines mean that isolation of NDV is not enough to confirm a disease diagnosis and compliance with statutory requirements that may be in place ... See full document

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Novel pandemic influenza A(H1N1) viruses are potently inhibited by DAS181, a sialidase fusion protein.

Novel pandemic influenza A(H1N1) viruses are potently inhibited by DAS181, a sialidase fusion protein.

... monolayers in 96-well plates were washed with PBS and infected with 10-fold virus dilutions (culture media from treated/infected MDCKs or apical washes from treated/infected HAE, see ...unbound ... See full document

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Desenvolvimento de uma vacina de subunidade contra o sorotipo 2 do vírus dengue baseada...

Desenvolvimento de uma vacina de subunidade contra o sorotipo 2 do vírus dengue baseada...

... pelo virus Dengue (DENV), um arbovírus componente do gênero Flavivirus pertencente à família Flaviviridae transmitido por mosquitos do gênero Aedes (BHATT et ... See full document

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Microneedle Vaccination Elicits Superior Protection and Antibody Response over Intranasal Vaccination against Swine-Origin Influenza A (H1N1) in Mice.

Microneedle Vaccination Elicits Superior Protection and Antibody Response over Intranasal Vaccination against Swine-Origin Influenza A (H1N1) in Mice.

... vaccine and how much dosage would be needed for similar immune response and protection effect to MN with 1 μg, escalating doses of inactivated H1N1 antigen (1, 10, 20, and 40 μg), the same antigen ... See full document

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Molecular basis of live-attenuated influenza virus.

Molecular basis of live-attenuated influenza virus.

... viruses and are highly contagious pathogens for both human and ...seasonal influenza contributes the biggest number of morbidity and mortality each ...results in about three to five ... See full document

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A non-biological method for screening active components against influenza virus from traditional Chinese medicine by coupling a LC column with oseltamivir molecularly imprinted polymers.

A non-biological method for screening active components against influenza virus from traditional Chinese medicine by coupling a LC column with oseltamivir molecularly imprinted polymers.

... applications in enantiomer separation [1,2], solid-phase extraction [3,4], analytical chemistry [5,6], chemical and biomimetic sensors [7–9], and drug delivery [10–12], ...affinity and ... See full document

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Targeting tissular immune response improves diagnostic performance of anti-Saccharomyces cerevisiae antibodies (ASCA) in Crohn's disease.

Targeting tissular immune response improves diagnostic performance of anti-Saccharomyces cerevisiae antibodies (ASCA) in Crohn's disease.

... defects in innate immunity cause a loss of the mucosal tolerance to microbial components ...Moreover, in the latter decades, various antibodies against microbial epitopes have been ... See full document

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Molecular imaging reveals a progressive pulmonary inflammation in lower airways in ferrets infected with 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza virus.

Molecular imaging reveals a progressive pulmonary inflammation in lower airways in ferrets infected with 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza virus.

... virologic and histopathologic analyses (please see study design Table ...microCT, and microSPECT modalities within one ...PET and CT images as the study subject was kept in a uniform position ... See full document

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A20 (Tnfaip3) deficiency in myeloid cells protects against influenza A virus infection.

A20 (Tnfaip3) deficiency in myeloid cells protects against influenza A virus infection.

... expression in myeloid cells in the innate immune response to IAV lung ...infection. In the pulmonary environment, macrophages populate both lung parenchyma and the alveolar lumen where they ... See full document

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Influenza virus surveillance among young children in São Paulo, Brazil: the impact of vaccination

Influenza virus surveillance among young children in São Paulo, Brazil: the impact of vaccination

... the influenza season, with acute respi- ratory infection of probable viral etiology were enrolled by a pediatrician after the consent form was signed by the par- ents or ...fever and wheezing up to 7 ... See full document

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