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    • Multiple Imputation in the Anthrax Vaccine Research Program 

      Baccini, Michela; Cook, Samantha; Frangakis, Constantine E.; Li, Fan; Mealli, Fabrizia; Rubin, Donald B.; Zell, Elizabeth R. (American Statistical Association, 2010)
      Anthrax, caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis, can be a highly lethal acute disease in humans and animals. Prior to the 20th century, it led to thousands of deaths each year. Anthrax infection became extremely rare ...
    • Relationship of vaccine efficacy to the kinetics of DC and T-cell responses induced by PLG-based cancer vaccines 

      Ali, Omar Abdel-Rahman; Doherty, Edward; Mooney, David J.; Emerich, Dwaine (Landes Bioscience, 2011)
      Cancer vaccines are typically formulated for bolus injection and often produce short-lived immunostimulation resulting in poor temporal control over immune cell activation and weak oncolytic activity. One means of overcoming ...