Book Systems Plus

Telephone 0044(0)1440 706716

FREE UK delivery

Free delivery truck



E-Book Advanced Vaccine Research Methods for the Decade of Vaccines

E-Book Advanced Vaccine Research Methods for the Decade of Vaccines

Downloadable PDF of the printed edition.

More details



This is a downloadable PDF version of the printed edition ISBN 978 1910190 036

Price £180.00 plus VAT

E-books are subject to VAT in the UK and EU. This will be shown on your VAT invoice.

Please note: This version may be downloaded one time only and is sold on condition that it is not copied, printed, or distributed to anyone other than the purchaser. By buying this product you agree to these terms.

After purchase, the download link can be found in your Order History. Click on the order number and the link appears in your order details. You will also be sent an email with the link.


A list of the available e-chapters/sections for this book are shown below:

• Chapter 1: Deep Sequencing in Vaccine Research, Development and Post-marketing Surveillance. Stefano Censini, Silvia Guidotti, Giulia Torricelli, Rino Rappuoli and Fabio Bagnoli 
• Chapter 2: New Bioinformatics Algorithms Applied to Deep Sequencing Projects. Mina Rho 
• Chapter 3: Comparative Genomics Approaches for Tracking the Emergence and Spread of Disease-associated Bacteria. Tracy H. Hazen and David A. Rasko 
• Chapter 4: Quantitative Proteomics in Vaccine Research. Massimiliano Biagini and Nathalie Norais 
• Chapter 5: Structural Biology in Vaccine Research. Danilo Donnarumma, Matthew J. Bottomley, Enrico Malito, Ethan Settembre, Ilaria Ferlenghi and Roberta Cozzi 
• Chapter 6: Cellular Screens to Interrogate the Human T and B Cell Repertoires and Design Better Vaccines. Jens Wrammert and Kaja Murali-Krishna 
• Chapter 7: Novel Strategies of Vaccine Administration: The Science Behind Epidermal and Dermal Immunization. Béhazine Combadière and Hélène Perrin 
• Chapter 8: TLRs as Targets to Develop Novel Adjuvants. Şefik Ş. Alkan 
• Chapter 9: The Importance of Cell Mediated Immunity for Bacterial Vaccines. Alison G. Murphy and Rachel M. McLoughlin 
• Chapter 10: T Cell Inducing Vaccines. Sarah Gilbert 
• Chapter 11: Exploiting the Mutanome for Personalized Cancer Immunotherapy. Ugur Sahin, Sebastian Kreiter, John Castle, Martin Löwer, Cedrik Britten and Özlem Türeci 
• Chapter 12: Malaria Vaccine Development: Progress to Date. Kevin Marsh 
• Chapter 13: Tuberculosis. Else Marie Agger and Peter Andersen 
• Chapter 14: HIV-1 Vaccine Development. Barton F. Haynes, Georgia D. Tomaras, Hua-Xin Liao and Andrew J. McMichael 
• Chapter 15: Cancer Immunotherapy: The Road to Rejection. Peter E. Fecci, Christina Chen, Susanne Baumeister and Glenn Dranoff 
• Chapter 16: The Challenge of Developing Global Health Vaccines Against the Invasive Salmonelloses: Enteric Fever and Invasive Nontyphoidal Salmonella Disease. Calman A. MacLennan 
• Chapter 17: The Path to an RSV Vaccine. Christine A. Shaw, Max Ciarlet, Brian W. Cooper, Lamberto Dionigi, Paula Keith, Karen B. O'Brien, Maryam Rafie-Kolpin and Philip R. Dormitzer 
• Chapter 18: Staphylococcus aureusLinhui Wang and Jean C. Lee 



New Publications

No new publications at this time