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- How vaccines work: immune effector mechanisms and designer vaccinesIntroduction: Three major advances have led to increase in length and quality of human life:increased food production, improved sanitation and induction of specific adaptive immune responses to infectious agents (vaccination). Which has had the most impact is subject to debate.The number and variety of infections agents and the mechanisms that they have evolved to allow […]
- Return of Individual Research Results: A Guide for Biomedical Researchers Utilizing Human BiospecimensAvailable for FREE to all readers as an Editor’s Choice article for May. Abstract The recent movement toward returning individual research results to study subjects/participants generates ethical and legal challenges for laboratories performing research on human biospecimens. The concept of an individual’s interest in knowing the results of testing on their tissue is pitted against […]