Buccal and sublingual vaccine delivery.


Because of their large surface area and immunological competence, mucosal tissues are attractive administration and target sites for vaccination. An important characteristic of mucosal vaccination is its ability to elicit local immune responses, which act against infection at the site of pathogen entry. However, mucosal surfaces are endowed with potent and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jconrel.2014.05.060


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@article{Kraan2014BuccalAS, title={Buccal and sublingual vaccine delivery.}, author={Heleen Kraan and Hilde Vrieling and C{\'e}cil Czerkinsky and Wim Jiskoot and Gideon F. A. Kersten and Jean-Pierre Amorij}, journal={Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society}, year={2014}, volume={190}, pages={580-92} }