Tag: shrna plasmid competent cell
Saliva test for COVID-19
Discussion Our meta-analysis found that the diagnostic sensitivity for saliva NAAT is approximately 83.2% (95% CrI, 74.7%-91.4%), which is comparable to that reported for nasopharyngeal swab NAAT and to the result obtained using our latent class model analysis (84.8%; 95% CrI, 76.8%-92.4%). Given the ease of sample procurement and increased patient comfort, testing centers should strongly…Read More
Direct Lymph Node Vaccination of Lentivector/Prostate-Specific Antigen is Safe and Generates Tissue-Specific Responses in Rhesus Macaques.
Anti-cancer immunotherapy is rising from a nadir and demonstrating tangible advantages to sufferers. A wide range of approaches are actually employed. We’re invoking antigen (Ag)-specific responses via direct injections of recombinant lentivectors (LVs) that encode sequences for tumor-associated antigens into a number of lymph nodes to optimize immune presentation/stimulation. Right here we first exhibit the…Read More