Combined oral/nasal immunization protects mice from Sendai virus infection.

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Based on the concept of a common mucosal immune system wherein mucosal associated lymphocytes traffic among the various mucous membranes, the murine gastrointestinal tract was immunized with Sendai virus antigens in order to elicit a virus-specific immune response in the respiratory tract. Multiple intragastric (oral) administration of live or killed Sendai… (More)

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@article{Nedrud1987CombinedOI, title={Combined oral/nasal immunization protects mice from Sendai virus infection.}, author={John G. Nedrud and Xiaofu Liang and Nigel Hague and Michael E. Lamm}, journal={Journal of immunology}, year={1987}, volume={139 10}, pages={3484-92} }