Role of DENV2 Vaccine-Induced Antibodies And T Cells In Protection Against Heterologous DENV2 Infection

Abstract

Dengue virus (DENV) is the etiological agent of dengue fever, a major public health problem worldwide with an estimated 100 million cases of symptomatic infections each year. Several live attenuated vaccine candidates are in various stages of clinical development and the prospect of a human-approved vaccine is high. Subneutralising levels of maternal dengue… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hang2016RoleOD, title={Role of DENV2 Vaccine-Induced Antibodies And T Cells In Protection Against Heterologous DENV2 Infection}, author={Lam Hang}, year={2016} }