Vaccines must elicit immune responses of a sufficient magnitude and quality to prevent or treat disease. While existing vaccine technologies are capable of achieving this goal for many diseases, these strategies have thus far proven inadequate against global threats like HIV and cancer.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
A critical component of normal esophageal function is a protective epithelial barrier that prevents damage to the underlying tissue due to outside environment exposure such as foreign antigens and microorganisms.
Gaucher disease (GD) is an inherited disorder where the body does not make enough glucocerebrosidase (GCase), an enzyme that breaks down fatty chemicals in the body.