Peracetic Acid Treatment Generates Potent Inactivated Oral Vaccines from a Broad Range of Culturable Bacterial Species

@inproceedings{Moor2016PeraceticAT,
  title={Peracetic Acid Treatment Generates Potent Inactivated Oral Vaccines from a Broad Range of Culturable Bacterial Species},
  author={Kathrin Moor and Sandra Yvonne Wotzka and Albulena Toska and M{\'e}d{\'e}ric Diard and Siegfried Hapfelmeier and Emma Slack},
  booktitle={Front. Immunol.},
  year={2016}
}
Our mucosal surfaces are the main sites of non-vector-borne pathogen entry, as well as the main interface with our commensal microbiota. We are still only beginning to understand how mucosal adaptive immunity interacts with commensal and pathogenic microbes to influence factors such as infectivity, phenotypic diversity, and within-host evolution. This is in part due to difficulties in generating specific mucosal adaptive immune responses without disrupting the mucosal microbial ecosystem itself… CONTINUE READING