Immune Response Research
The immune response is an important interface between the pathogen and host. Penn investigators study vaccine development for a number of infectious agents, including HIV, smallpox, herpes simplex, and Ebola. In addition, infectious agents such as listeria monocytogenes are used to study basic immunology, such as the induction of immunologic memory.
Immune Response Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania
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