Triggering memory B cells directly in lungs seen as way to improve vaccines

Triggering memory B cells directly in lungs seen as way to improve vaccines

Currently, vaccines are administered intramuscularly and do not trigger the appearance of these cell populations. However, to better understand these cells and their involvement in the long-term immune response against respiratory infections, researchers worked with two mouse models of virus infection: influenza and SARS-CoV-2. Their research, published in the journal Immunityshowed that about … Read more