An alternative vaccine strategy has helped researchers gain new insights into how to induce T-cell immunity in the respiratory tract, according to a study in Cell Reports Medicine. The nasal vaccine protected mice from multiple strains of influenza virus and could point the way toward a more effective flu vaccine for humans.
Broad spectrum flu vaccine effective in mice
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