Bacterial Vaccines

Overview

Vaccines represent the greatest achievements of one area of science for increasing our health and well-being. This collection of papers represents the latest advances in bacterial vaccine research. The papers presented at this symposium illustrate the increasing potential and need for continuing research into disease pathogenesis, host resistance mechanisms, and vaccine development. Further, the study of bacterial vaccines provides an important method for characterizing pathogenic mechanisms and natural and ...

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Overview

Vaccines represent the greatest achievements of one area of science for increasing our health and well-being. This collection of papers represents the latest advances in bacterial vaccine research. The papers presented at this symposium illustrate the increasing potential and need for continuing research into disease pathogenesis, host resistance mechanisms, and vaccine development. Further, the study of bacterial vaccines provides an important method for characterizing pathogenic mechanisms and natural and induced host resistance mechanisms.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780275921576
  • Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/20/1987
  • Pages: 590
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Meet the Author

JOHN B. ROBBINS is Chief of the Laboratory of Developmental and Molecular Immunity at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development of the National Institute of Health.

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Table of Contents

Session I

Development of Pneumococcal Vaccine by R. Austrian

Efficacy of the 14-Valent Pneumococcal Vaccine in Selected Populations in the U.S. by G. Bolan et al.

Antibody Responses of Elderly Persons Immunized with Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine by M. Mufson and G. Schiffman

Immunization of Adults and Geriatric Patients by G. Stollerman

Ontogeny of Human Antibody Responses to Bacterial Capsular Polysaccharides by R. Insel

Compensation for Vaccine-Related Injuries by R. Kingham

Potential Use of Antiidiotype Antibodies as Vaccines by M. Gurish and A. Nisonoff

Session II

Oral Shigella Vaccines by E. Tramont and S. Formal

Field Trials of Efficacy of Attenuated Salmonella Typhi Oral Vaccine Strain TY21A by M. Levine et al.

Development of a Recombinant Live Oral Cholera Vaccine by J. Kaper et al.

Genetic Analysis of a Bordetella Pertussis and Its Implications for Designing a New Pertussis Vaccine by S. Stibitz et al.

Protective Epitopes of Streptococcal M. Proteins by J. Seyer et al.

An Escherichia Coli Pilus Peptide Vaccine Prevents Renal Colonization and Infection in Balb/C Mice by N. Schmidt, P. O'Hanley and G. Schoolnik

Antibodies to Peptides Corresponding to a Conserved Sequence Among Gonococcal Pili Block Bacterial Adhesion by J. Rothbard and G. Schoolnik

Synthetic Peptide Conjugates as Probes for Anti-Cholera/Coli Heat Labile Toxin Vaccine by C. Jacob

Session III

Some Escherichia Coli Adhesion by I. Orskov and F. Orskov

Adhesions of Bordetella Pertussis as Vaccine Components by A. Robinson, L. Ashworth and L. Irons

Bacterial Adhesins of Ciliated and Alveolar Respiratory Epithelial Cells by E. Tuomanen

Gonococcal Pilus Vaccine by E.Tramont et al.

Pseudomas Polar Pili: Antigenic Determants by W. Paranchych et al.

Adhesive Properties and O,K,H, and F. Antigens of E. Coli Associated with Recurrent Pyelonephritis by C. Eden et al.

Passive Lacteal Immunity to Pili of Enterotoxigenic Escherichia Coli in Swine: Antibody in Milk During the First Two Lactations After Live Oral Vaccine by H. Moon, D. Rogers, and R. Rose

On the Trail of Adherence Mechanisms in Vibrio Cholerae: Many Scents But Not Much Sense by B. Booth et al.

Session IV

Bacterial Antibody to a Polyvalent Meningococcal Protein-Polysaccharide Vaccine by W. Zollinger et al.

Immune Responses of Adults and Children to Group B Neisseria Meningitidis Outer Membrane Protein Vaccines by C. Frasch et al.

Immune Responses of Adults and Children to Group B Neisseria Meningitidis Outer Membrane Protein Vaccines by C. Frasch et al.

High-Molecular-Weight Proteins on the Surface of Haemophilus Influenzae Type b by E. Hansen

Outer Membrane Protein a of Haemophilus Influenzae: Occurrence and Antigenicity by Van Alphen an

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