veterinär spiegel 2023; 33(01): 22-27
DOI: 10.1055/a-1971-0933
Nutztiere & Pferde

Neues aus Empirie und Wissenschaft – wie Impfungen das Immunsystem trainieren

Hans-Joachim Schuberth

Impfungen sollen Antigen-spezifische Zellen und Antikörper sowie Gedächtniszellen des adaptiven Immunsystems induzieren und auch Zellen des angeborenen Immunsystems anregen. Wir beleuchten die trainierende Wirkung bestimmter Impfstoffe – insbesondere für veterinärmedizinisch relevante Spezies.

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Article published online:
16 March 2023

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