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Serotype-Independent Pneumococcal Vaccines

This article, published in Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, discusses the most promising vaccine approaches for inducing serotype-independent immunity, including protein antigens, whole cell pneumococcal vaccines, and recombinant bacteria …

Author: Miyaji EN, Oliveira MLS, Carvalho E, Ho PL

Publication date: 2013

Serum and Mucosal Antibody Responses to Inactivated Polio Vaccine After Sublingual Immunization Using a Thermoresponsive Gel Delivery System

This article, published in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, reports on a preclinical study of an adjuvanted thermoresponsive gel (TRG) presentation of trivalent inactivated poliovirus vaccine to achieve sublingual immunization. This TRG …

Author: White JA, Blum JS, Hosken NA, et al.

Publication date: 2014

Shigella Isolates From the Global Enteric Multicenter Study Inform Vaccine Development

This article, published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, reports on the Shigella serotypes identified in the Global Enteric Multicenter Study conducted in Africa and Asia in order to guide vaccine development efforts. The authors found that Shigella …

Author: Livio S, Strockbine NA, Panchalingam S, et al.

Publication date: 2014

A Shigella Vaccine Against Prevalent Serotypes

This article, published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, discusses the case for development of a pediatric vaccine against Shigella, which is a leading cause of diarrheal disease among children aged 12 to 59 months. The authors provide an analysis …

Author: Van de Verg LL, Venkatesan MM

Publication date: 2014

Short-term Safety of Live Attenuated Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine (SA 14-14-2): Results of a Randomized Trial with 26,239 Subjects

Published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, this study evaluated the occurrence of severe adverse events among children immunized with the live, attenuated SA 14-14-2 JE vaccine for 30 days, and data demonstrated short-term safety of the …

Author: Liu Z-L, Hennessy S, Strom B, et al.

Publication date: 1997

Significantly Reduced Genoprevalence of Vaccine-Type HPV-16/18 Infections Among Vaccinated Compared to Non-Vaccinated Young Women 5.5 Years After a Bivalent HPV-16/18 Vaccine (Cervarix®) Pilot Project in Uganda

This article, published in PLoS ONE, reports the results of a study that analyzed the prevalence of vaccine and non-vaccine types of human papillomavirus (HPV) infections among bivalent HPV vaccinated and non-vaccinated women aged 15 to 24 years in …

Author: Kumakech E, Berggren V, Wabinga H, et al.

Publication date: 2016

Single Dose of SA 14-14-2 Vaccine Provides Long-term Protection Against Japanese Encephalitis: A Case-control Study in Nepalese Children 5 Years After Immunization

Published in the journal Vaccine, this article discusses the return of investigators to Nepali villages where they conducted a case control study that revealed 99 percent efficacy after one year among children who received a single dose of the …

Author: Tandan J, Ohrr H, Sohn Y, et al.

Publication date: 2007

Skin Vaccination Summit 2013

This special issue of Vaccine contains ten articles that feature innovative research around cutaneous immunization, as presented at the 2013 Skin Vaccination Summit in Seattle, Washington. The issue highlights the various technologies and strategies …

Author: Teunissen MBM, Zehrung D, eds.

Publication date: 2015

Social and Economic Burden Associated With Typhoid Fever in Kathmandu and Surrounding Areas: A Qualitative Study

Typhoid fever is highly endemic in Nepal, but data is limited regarding the social and economic burdens of the disease on affected households or challenges faced at the local level in terms of disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. This …

Author: Kaljee LM, Pach A, Garrett D, Bajracharya D, Karki K, Khan I

Publication date: 2017

Social Mobilisation, Consent and Acceptability: A Review of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Procedures in Low and Middle-Income Countries

This article, published in BMC Public Health, reports on a study that synthesized experiences and lessons learned around social mobilization, consent, and acceptability during 55 human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine demonstration projects in 37 low- …

Author: Kabakama S, Gallagher KE, Howard N, et al.

Publication date: 2016

Sociocultural Issues in the Introduction of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine in Low-Resource Settings

This article, published in Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, reports results of a study that aimed to better understand vaccine decision-making in low-resource settings in order to identify strategies for successful human …

Author: Bingham A, Drake JK, LaMontagne DS

Publication date: 2009

Soluble Respiratory Syncytial Virus Fusion Protein in the Fully Cleaved, Pretriggered State is Triggered by Exposure to Low-Molarity Buffer

This article, published by the Journal of Virology, discusses research conducted to study the triggering mechanism of a soluble respiratory syncytial virus fusion protein. ABSTRACT ONLY. (Learn how users in developing countries can gain free access …

Author: Chaiwatpongsakorn S, Epand RF, Collins PL, Epand RM, Peeples ME

Publication date: 2011

The Spectrum of Perinatal Group B Streptococcal Disease

This article, published in Vaccine, examines four decades' worth of understanding about group B Streptococcus (GBS) global disease burden. This review highglights, in historical context, the recognition of GBS as a human pathogen, epidemiologic …

Author: Baker CJ

Publication date: 2013

Spray Drying and Vaccine Stabilization

Research on spray drying as a processing method to improve vaccine stabilization and to enable novel routes of vaccine delivery has produced promising results; however, the method has yet to be adopted for the manufacture of vaccine products by the …

Author: McAdams D, Chen D, Kristensen D

Publication date: 2012

Stability of Live Attenuated Rotavirus Vaccine With Selected Preservatives and Primary Containers

This article, published in Vaccine, reports the results of a study to evaluate the feasibility of using preservatives to develop a liquid multi-dose formulation and primary packaging alternatives for orally delivered, liquid rotavirus vaccines. The …

Author: Lal M, Jarrahian C, Zhu C, et al.

Publication date: 2016

Stability of Vaccines – Bridging From Stability Data to Continuous Safety and Efficacy Throughout Shelf Life – An Always Reliable Approach?

This article, published in Biologicals, discusses why stability studies are important tools to reliably ensure that the efficacy and safety of medicinal products remain unchanged from release of drug product until the end of shelf life. The author …

Author: Pfleiderer M

Publication date: 2009

Stabilization of HAC1 Influenza Vaccine by Spray Drying: Formulation Development and Process Scale-Up

This article, published in Pharmaceutical Research, reports on a study that aimed to develop a stable formulation of a recombinant H1N1 influenza hemagglutinin vaccine candidate using spray-drying production. The study results demonstrated the …

Author: Zhu C, Shoji Y, McCray S, et al.

Publication date: 2014

Stabilization of Vaccines: Lessons Learned

This editorial, published in Human Vaccines, explores the key logistical, regulatory, procurement, and policy issues associated with the development and use of temperature-stabilized vaccines. The authors reflect on nearly 8 years of work to …

Author: Kristensen D, Chen D

Publication date: 2010

State of Equity: Childhood Immunization in the World Health Organization African Region

This article, published in The Pan African Medical Journal, reports the results of a study that analyzed recent trends in national and subnational coverage of childhood immunizations in the World Health Organization-defined African Region. The …

Author: Casey RM, Hampton LM, Anya BM, Gacic-Dobo M, Diallo MS, Wallace AS

Publication date: 2017

The State of Vaccine Confidence 2016: Global Insights Through a 67-Country Survey

This article, published in EBioMedicine, presents the results of a worldwide survey that investigated attitudes toward vaccines. The survey found that the overall sentiment toward vaccines is positive, however there is a wide variability between …

Author: Larson HJ, de Figueiredo A, Xiahong Z, et al.

Publication date: 2016

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