Encapsulation of an EP67-Conjugated CTL Peptide Vaccine in Nanoscale Biodegradable Particles Increases the Efficacy of Respiratory Immunization and Affects the Magnitude and Memory Subsets of Vaccine-Generated Mucosal and Systemic CD8+ T Cells in a Diameter-Dependent Manner

Bala V.K. Karuturi, Shailendra B. Tallapaka, Pravin Yeapuri, Stephen M. Curran, Sam D. Sanderson, Joseph A. Vetro

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