Clinical evaluation of a novel microneedle device for intradermal delivery of an influenza vaccine: are all delivery methods the same?

@article{Levin2014ClinicalEO,
  title={Clinical evaluation of a novel microneedle device for intradermal delivery of an influenza vaccine: are all delivery methods the same?},
  author={Yotam Levin and Efrat Kochba and Richard Kenney},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2014},
  volume={32 34},
  pages={4249-52}
}
The skin provides the largest immune barrier to infection and is a readily accessible site for vaccination, although intradermal (ID) injection can be challenging. The MicronJet™ microneedle is a novel device that consistently injects antigens very close to the skin's dendritic cells. A dose-sparing ID injection study was conducted in 280 healthy adult… CONTINUE READING