Peptide amphiphile nanoparticles enhance the immune response against a CpG-adjuvanted influenza antigen

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Zope, H., Quer, C.B., Bomans, P.H.H., Sommerdijk, N.A.J.M., Kros, A. & Jiskoot, W. (2014). Peptide amphiphile nanoparticles enhance the immune response against a CpG-adjuvanted influenza antigen. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 3(3), 343-348. In Scopus Cited 4 times.

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Abstract

 

Cationic peptide amphiphile nanoparticles are employed for co-delivery of immune modulator CpG and antigen. This results in better targeting to the antigen presenting cells and eliciting strong Th1 response, which is effective against the intracellular pathogens.