Recent observations regarding the pathogenesis of recurrent respiratory syncytial virus infections: implications for vaccine development.

Abstract

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and influenza virus are common pathogens for all age groups. Currently licensed influenza virus vaccines generally provide protection from clinically detectable disease caused by antigenically matched challenging viruses. In contrast, vaccine development for RSV has been hampered by the inability of candidate vaccines to… (More)

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