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tively known as enteropathogens). Injectable vaccines fail to provide protection against enteropathogens because they do not trigger immune cells to travel to the gut. But now, a team of researchers, led by Reinhold Frster, at Hannover Medical School, has developed an approach to direct immune responses activated by a vaccine injected under the skin to the gut. Importantly, this approach (concurrent injection of a vaccine and the molecule retinoic acid [RA] under the skin) protected mice from cholera toxininduced diarrhea and decreased numbers of bacteria in their gut after oral infection with the bacterium Salmonella. The team therefore suggests that RA or its precursors, which include vitamin A, might be used to trigger immune cells activated by injectable vaccines to navigate to the gut in order to provide protection against enteropathogens.

TITLE: Retinoic acid induces homing of protective T and B cells to the gut after subcutaneous immunization in mice

AUTHOR CONTACT:
Reinhold Frster
Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany.
Phone: 49.511.5329733; Fax: 49.511.5329722; E-mail: Foerster.Reinhold@MH-Hannover.de.

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