March 6, 2012

GOOD: Microneedle Vaccine Patch Boosts Flu Protection Through Robust Skin Cell Immune Response. “Recent research found that microneedle vaccine patches are more effective at delivering protection against influenza virus in mice than subcutaneous or intramuscular inoculation. A new, detailed analysis of the early immune responses by the Emory and Georgia Tech research team helps explain why the skin is such fertile ground for vaccination with these tiny, virtually painless microneedles.”

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