977. CD4+ T Cell Independent DNA Vaccination Against Pneumocystis Carinii in Mice

Zheng, Mingquan; Robicchaux, Myle; Kliment, Christoph; Shellito, Judd E.; Kolls, Jay K.
June 2005
Molecular Therapy;Jun2005, Vol. 11, p377
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "CD4+ T Cell Independent DNA Vaccination Against Pneumocystis Carinii in Mice," by Mingquan Zheng and colleagues is presented.


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