Robinson, Andrew P., Cranage, Martin P., Hudson, Michael J. (Eds.)
2nd ed. 2003, XII, 416 p.
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"This manual serves as a valuable guide to the process of designing, producing and assessing vaccines used against infectious agents including viruses, bacteria and parasites. This book would most benefit scientists involved in the research and development associated with vaccine technology. It also would be most useful to those new to the field of vaccine formulation and production. Health and science libraries supporting research institutions, government agencies, academic and corporate entities involved in developing or producing vaccines will find this a valuable addition to the collection." -E-STREAMS
From reviews of the first edition...
"...cover[s] concepts and protocols applicable to a wide range of vaccines and infectious diseases and cancer...brings together many protocols of value to research and development scientists involved in the vaccine technology area."
-Immunology and Cell Biology
"...a valuable basic reference manual of vaccine related laboratory procedures...strongest in the area of vaccine development and delivery technology...especially valuable to those new to the field of vaccine development and formulation."
-Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal