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Streptococcus A vaccines
npj Vaccines will publish a Special Collection dedicated to the latest advances in Streptococcus group A vaccines with a focus on defining the value of these vaccines, in collaboration with the Strep A Vaccine Global Consortium (SAVAC). The Special Collection will be curated by Guest Editors Profs Jonathan Carapetis (Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia), David Bloom (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health), and Dr David C. Kaslow (PATH).
We are seeking cutting-edge papers in the fields of Strep A vaccine value assessment, disease burden and business cases for vaccine development and deployment, and will also consider articles on other related topics such as vaccine development, vaccine delivery, and vaccination strategies. All manuscripts submitted will be initially handled by David Kaslow or Richard Titball.
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The deadline for submissions for this Collection is 31 July 2022.
The article selection below represents the types of research the journal has already published on this topic. Visit our website to learn more about npj Vaccines’ aims and scope, or to browse all available articles.
- Combined effects of glycan chain length and linkage type on the immunogenicity of glycoconjugate vaccines. Npj Vaccines 6, 150 (2021).
- Recent advances in the production of recombinant glycoconjugate vaccines. Npj Vaccines 4, 16 (2019).
- M-protein based vaccine induces immunogenicity and protection from Streptococcus pyogenes when delivered on a high-density microarray patch (HD-MAP). Npj Vaccines 5, 74 (2020).
- Vaccine-induced, but not natural immunity, against the Streptococcal inhibitor of complement protects against invasive disease. Npj Vaccines 6, 62 (2021).
To submit your manuscript for consideration at npj Vaccines as part of this Collection, please follow the steps detailed on this page. Once logged in you can submit your manuscript to a Collection by selecting the appropriate manuscript type and clicking “Continue”. Then when filling out the "Manuscript Information", select the "Streptococcus A Collection" from the "Subject Terms" tab. Authors should also express their interest in the Collection in their cover letter.
Please direct any queries to Nico Fanget, Managing Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Collection Submission Policies
Collections of original primary research articles are published open access and online only.
All manuscripts submitted to a Collection are assessed according to the standard npj Vaccines editorial criteria and are subject to all standard journal policies. If accepted for publication, an article processing charge applies (with standard waiver policy).
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