The Modified Vaccination Technique
AbstractIn addition to active and passive immunizations, there is a third method of immunization, the modified vaccination technique, which is based on injecting a combination of target antigens and antibodies against this antigen. The vaccine is essentially comprised of immune complexes with pre-determined immune-inducing components. When such an immune complex (target antigen × antibody against the target antigen) with a slight antigen excess is administered, it evokes a corrective immune response by the production of the same antibody with the same specificity against the target antigen that is present in the immune complex (pre-determined immune response). View Full-Text
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Barabas, A.; Cole, C.; Kovacs, Z.; Kovacs, E.; Lafreniere, R. The Modified Vaccination Technique. Vaccines 2019, 7, 1.
Barabas A, Cole C, Kovacs Z, Kovacs E, Lafreniere R. The Modified Vaccination Technique. Vaccines. 2019; 7(1):1.Chicago/Turabian Style
Barabas, Arpad; Cole, Chad; Kovacs, Zoltan; Kovacs, Erno; Lafreniere, Rene. 2019. "The Modified Vaccination Technique." Vaccines 7, no. 1: 1.
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