Prevention of infectious diseases by neonatal and early infantile immunization: prospects for the new millennium


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Abstract

Newborns and young infants are at increased risk of severe or prolonged infections. Recent advances in our understanding of the host immune response in this age group, coupled with the development of molecular genetic tools, have paved the way for a new generation of preventive vaccines.

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