Vaccinologie 2011 - Vers des vaccins antigrippaux plus immunogènes.
Thème : Vaccination antigrippale et immunodépression
Titre : Vaccinologie 2011 - Vers des vaccins antigrippaux plus immunogènes : perspectives
Auteur : Martine DENIS (Laboratoires Sanofi-Pasteur)
Résumé : La grippe peut survenir chez les personnes âgées malgré la vaccination. Analyse des réponses humorales après administration de vaccins monovalents A/H1N1 +/-adjuvant, population immun sénescente.
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Thème : Vaccination antigrippale et immunodépression
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