Vaccinology Gets Help from Chemistry.


A recent report on the immunological activity of protein conjugates of synthetic lipoteicoic fragments from Clostridium difficile underpins the use of these molecules for the development of a vaccine. In a recent issue of Cell Chemical Biology, Broecker et al. (2016) illustrate the utility of glycoarray-based selection of bacterial carbohydrates with the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.chembiol.2016.09.003


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@article{Adamo2016VaccinologyGH, title={Vaccinology Gets Help from Chemistry.}, author={Roberto Adamo}, journal={Cell chemical biology}, year={2016}, volume={23 9}, pages={1047-1048} }