The vaccine potential of Bordetella pertussis biofilm-derived membrane proteins

@inproceedings{Gouw2014TheVP,
  title={The vaccine potential of Bordetella pertussis biofilm-derived membrane proteins},
  author={Daan de Gouw and Diego O Serra and Marien I de Jonge and Peter W. M. Hermans and Hans J. C. T. Wessels and Aldert L. Zomer and Osvaldo M Yantorno and Dimitri A. Diavatopoulos and Frits R. Mooi},
  booktitle={Emerging Microbes & Infections},
  year={2014}
}
Pertussis is an infectious respiratory disease of humans caused by the gram-negative pathogen Bordetella pertussis. The use of acellular pertussis vaccines (aPs) which induce immunity of relative short duration and the emergence of vaccine-adapted strains are thought to have contributed to the recent resurgence of pertussis in industrialized countries despite high vaccination coverage. Current pertussis vaccines consist of antigens derived from planktonic bacterial cultures. However, recent… CONTINUE READING

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