Considerations for the rational design of a Chlamydia vaccine

  title={Considerations for the rational design of a Chlamydia vaccine},
  author={Steven Liang and David C. Bulir and C. Kaushic and J. Mahony},
  journal={Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics},
  pages={831 - 835}
  • Steven Liang, David C. Bulir, +1 author J. Mahony
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics
  • ABSTRACT Chlamydia trachomatis is the leading cause of preventable blindness and the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection. Remarkable progress in vaccine research over the past six decades has led to the advancement of novel C. trachomatis vaccine candidates into clinical trials. However, many questions regarding the role of specific cellular populations and molecular mechanisms in protective immunity against human C. trachomatis genital tract infections remain unanswered… CONTINUE READING
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