New frontiers in vaccines for emerging pathogens
Particulate delivery systems for biodefense subunit vaccines
Molecular basis for improved anthrax vaccines
Viral vectors for use in the development of biodefense vaccines
The role of particle-mediated DNA vaccines in biodefense preparedness
DNA vaccines for biodefence
Microencapsulated subunit vaccine approach to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli and other mucosal pathogens
Bacterial ghosts as antigen delivery vehicles
Commensal bacteria as a novel delivery system for subunit vaccines directed against agents of bioterrorism
Vaccination strategies for Francisella tularensis
Production of vaccines against leading biowarfare toxins can utilize DNA scientific technology
Vaccines against the category B toxins: Staphylococcal enterotoxin B, epsilon toxin and ricin