Correction: A Randomised, Double-Blind, Controlled Efficacy Trial of the LiESP/QA-21 Vaccine in Naïve Dogs Exposed to Two Leishmania infantum Transmission Seasons

@inproceedings{Oliva2014CorrectionAR,
  title={Correction: A Randomised, Double-Blind, Controlled Efficacy Trial of the LiESP/QA-21 Vaccine in Na{\"i}ve Dogs Exposed to Two Leishmania infantum Transmission Seasons},
  author={Gaetano Oliva and J. Tesedo Nieto and Valentina Foglia Manzillo and Silvia Cappiello and Eleonora Fiorentino and Trentina Di Muccio and Aldo Scalone and Javier Moreno and C. Chicharro and Eugenia Carrillo and Therese Butaud and Laurie Guegand and Virginie Martin and Anne-Marie Cuisinier and D McGahie and Sylvie Gueguen and Carmen Ca{\~n}avate and Luigi Gradoni and Shaden Kamhawi},
  booktitle={PLoS neglected tropical diseases},
  year={2014}
}
Canine leishmaniasis is an important zoonosis caused by uncontrolled infection with Leishmania infantum, where an inappropriate immune response is not only responsible for permitting this intracellular parasite to multiply, but is also responsible for several of the pathological processes seen in this disease. Effective canine vaccines are therefore a highly desirable prevention tool. In this randomised, double-blinded, controlled trial, the efficacy of the LiESP/QA-21 vaccine (CaniLeish… CONTINUE READING
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