Innate sensors that regulate vaccine responses.

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Summary of "Innate sensors that regulate vaccine responses."

Pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) control elemental functions of antigen presenting cells (APCs) and critically shape adaptive immune responses. Wielding a natural adjuvanticity, live attenuated vaccines elicit exceptionally efficient and durable immunity. Commonly used vaccine adjuvants target individual PRRs or bolster the immunogenicity of vaccines via indirect mechanisms of inflammation. Here, we review the impact of innate sensors on immune responses to live attenuated vaccines and commonly used vaccine adjuvants, with a focus on human vaccine responses. We discuss the unique potential of microbial nucleic acids and their corresponding sensing receptors to mimic live attenuated vaccines and promote protective immunity.


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Name: Current opinion in immunology
ISSN: 1879-0372
Pages: 31-41


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