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Volume 38 Issue 3, March 2020

Uniform nanoparticle vaccines

Precise loading of diverse peptides for vaccination is enabled by a strategy for peptide–TLR7/8 conjugate self-assembly of uniform nanoparticles. The approach is compatible with the development of personalized strategies, such as cancer vaccines targeting patient-specific neoepitopes.

See Lynn et al.

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