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Induction of neonatal immune responses to vaccine antigens is believed to be of limited efficacy because of immune immaturity and particular susceptibility to tolerogenic signals during this period(More)
In a recent work, we have shown that mycobacterial heat-shock proteins (hsp) of 65-kDa (GroEL-type) and 70-kDa (DnaK-type) acted as carrier molecules in mice, previously primed with Mycobacterium(More)