Development of a Mimotope-Based Vaccine Against CD20 Antigen
CD20, a B-cell-specific protein, is a primary target for immunotherapy of B-cell lymphomas. We used a mimotopes of CD20 to construct vaccines for B-cell-related disorders. The immunogenicity of the vaccines was tested in BALB/c mice. Results of this study suggest that the mimotope may be a useful tool for the construction of a functional vaccine to treat B cell-related disorders.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2007
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