Adjuvants for allergy vaccines.

  title={Adjuvants for allergy vaccines.},
  author={Philippe Moingeon},
  journal={Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics},
  volume={8 10},
Allergen-specific immunotherapy is currently performed via either the subcutaneous or sublingual routes as a treatment for type I (IgE dependent) allergies. Aluminum hydroxide or calcium phosphate are broadly used as adjuvants for subcutaneous allergy vaccines, whereas commercial sublingual vaccines rely upon high doses of aqueous allergen extracts in the absence of any immunopotentiator. Adjuvants to be included in the future in products for allergen specific immunotherapy should ideally… CONTINUE READING


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