Immunization in the Skin Local Response to Microneedle-Based Influenza 2012

@inproceedings{Weldon2012ImmunizationIT,
  title={Immunization in the Skin Local Response to Microneedle-Based Influenza 2012},
  author={William C. Weldon and Vladimir G. Zarnitsyn and Dimitrios Koutsonanos and Hamed Akbari and Ioanna Skountzou and Joshy Jacob and Mark R. Prausnitz and Richard W. Compansa},
  year={2012}
}
Microneedle patches (MN) provide a novel method of vaccine delivery to the skin with the objective of targeting the large network of resident antigen-presenting cells to induce an efficient immune response. Our previous reports demonstrated that cutaneous delivery of inactivated influenza virus-coated MN to mice protects against lethal infection. Protection… CONTINUE READING