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The ability of systemic immunization to induce protection against Helicobacter pylori infection has been evaluated in a mouse model. It was observed that if appropriate formulations and adjuvants were used such immunization elicited in outbred Swiss mice levels of protection similar or better than those induced by the oral route in the presence of cholera(More)
Outbred OF1 mice infected in a first step with a mouse-adapted Helicobacter pylori strain were immunized in a second step by systemic or mucosal routes: systemic immunizations were performed subcutaneously with adjuvanted urease either in the infra or supra-diaphragmatic region of the body, while mucosal immunization was done with urease in the presence of(More)
Outbred OF1 mice were immunized subcutaneously with flu vaccine, either in the neck or in the lumbar region (back), in combination with adjuvants inducing either a Th1- or a Th2-type response, referred to as adjuvants A1 and A2, respectively. After two parenteral immunizations, the mice were boosted intranasally with nonadjuvanted vaccine. The serum(More)
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