Items where Subject is "Vaccinology"

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Dey, B and Jain, R and Gupta, U D and Katoch, V M and Ramanathan, V D and Tyagi, A K (2011) A Booster Vaccine Expressing a Latency-Associated Antigen Augments BCG Induced Immunity and Confers Enhanced Protection against Tuberculosis. PLoS ONE, 6 (8). e23360. ISSN Electronic: 1932-6203

Frimodt-Moller, J and Parthasarathy, R and Benjamin, Philip (1962) Post-vaccination allergy eleven years after BCG vaccination. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 9 (4). pp. 192-197. ISSN 0019-5705

Ramanathan, V D and Kumar, M and Mahalingam, J and Sathyamoorthy, P and Narayanan, P R and Solomon, S and Panicali, D and Chakrabarty, S and Cox, J and Sayeed, E and Ackland, J and Verlinde, C and Voojis, D and Loughran, K and Barin, B and Lombardo, A and Gilmour, J and Stevens, G and Smith, M S and Tarragona-Fiol, T and Hayes, P and Kochhar, S and Excler, J L and Fast, P (2009) A Phase 1 Study to Evaluate the Safety and Immunogenicity of a Recombinant HIV Type 1 Subtype C-Modified Vaccinia Ankara Virus Vaccine Candidate in Indian Volunteers. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, 25 (11). pp. 1107-1185. ISSN Print: 0889-2229; Online: 1931-8405

Richie, Thomas L. and Mehendale, Sanjay and Thakar, Madhuri and Sahay, Seema and Kumar, Makesh and Shete, Ashwini and Sathyamurthi, Pattabiraman and Verma, Amita and Kurle, Swarali and Shrotri, Aparna and Gilmour, Jill and Goyal, Rajat and Dally, Len and Sayeed, Eddy and Zachariah, Devika and Ackland, James and Kochhar, Sonali and Cox, Josephine H. and Excler, Jean-Louis and Kumaraswami, Vasanthapuram and Paranjape, Ramesh and Ramanathan, Vadakkuppatu Devasenapathi (2013) Safety and Immunogenicity of DNA and MVA HIV-1 Subtype C Vaccine Prime-Boost Regimens: A Phase I Randomised Trial in HIV-Uninfected Indian Volunteers. PLoS ONE, 8 (2). e55831. ISSN 1932-6203

Sahay, Seema and Kumar, Makesh and Srikrishnan, Aylur K and Ramanathan, Vadakkuppatu and Mehendale, Sanjay (2014) Experiences in recruiting volunteers through community based initiatives in Phase-1 vaccine trials in India. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 10 (2). pp. 485-491. ISSN 2164-5515

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