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    Harvinder Singh Gill, Richard W. Compans, editors.
    Summary: "This book introduces nanoparticles as a powerful platform for vaccine design. Current challenges in vaccine development are discussed and the unique advantages nanoparticles provide in overcoming these challenges are explored. The authors offer fascinating insights into the immunological assets of using nanoparticles as delivery vehicles or adjuvants and present different materials that are being used in nanoparticle-based vaccine development, covering peptides, proteins, polymers, virus-like particles, and liposomes. Its contemporary research insights and practical examples for applications make this volume an inspiring read for researchers and clinicians in vaccinology and immunology. Chapter "Liposome Formulations as Adjuvants for Vaccines" is available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com."--Publisher's description.

    Liposome formulations as adjuvants for vaccines / Mangala Rao, Kristina K. Peachman, and Carl R. Alving
    Polymeric nanoparticle-based vaccine adjuvants and delivery vehicles / Elizabeth A. Grego, Alaric C. Siddoway, Metin Uz, Luman Liu, John C. Christiansen, Kathleen A. Ross, Sean M. Kelly, Surya K. Mallapragada, Michael J. Wannemuehler, and Balaji Narasimhan
    Virus-like particle vaccines against respiratory viruses and protozoan parasites / Ki-Back Chu and Fu-Shi Quan
    Protein and peptide nanocluster vaccines / Timothy Z. Chang and Julie A. Champion.
    Digital Access Springer 2021