From Google Scholar & other sources [to 3 August 2013]

From Google Scholar & other sources: Selected Journal Articles, Newsletters, Dissertations, Theses, Commentary

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… COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSES OF VACCINES: THE EXAMPLE OF A POTENTIAL GROUP B STREPTOCOCCAL (GBS) VACCINE PROGRAM FOR PREGNANT
SY Kim – The 35th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical …, 2013
Purpose: In low-and middle-income countries, cost-effectiveness analyses of new vaccine
introduction have typically compared vaccine against doing nothing. We illustrate the impact
of competing new vaccines against other realistic prevention alternatives, using maternal …

Carbon nanotubes as vaccine scaffolds
DA Scheinberg, MR McDevitt, T Dao, JJ Mulvey… – Advanced Drug Delivery …, 2013
Abstract Carbon nanotubes display characteristics that are potentially useful in their
development as scaffolds for vaccine compositions. These features include stability in vivo,
lack of intrinsic immunogenicity, low toxicity, and the ability to be appended with multiple …

[PDF] Selection of an adjuvant for seasonal influenza vaccine in elderly people: modelling immunogenicity from a randomized trial
HC Rümke, JH Richardus, L Rombo, K Pauksens… – BMC Infectious Diseases, 2013
Background Improved influenza vaccines are needed to reduce influenza-associated
complications in older adults. The aim of this study was to identify the optimal formulation of
adjuvanted seasonal influenza vaccine for use in elderly people. Methods This observer- …

[PDF] Factors influencing women’s intentions to obtain the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine
B Ebertz, M Sjöberg, AT Bengtsson – 2013
Abstract Background: Cervical cancer is second most common cancer in women. The 15%
incidence of cervical cancer in women worldwide can potentially be reduced by the vaccine
against human papillomavirus (HPV). It is therefore important for all healthcare …