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Karina Ckless

Karina Ckless is a Professor of Chemistry at SUNY Plattsburgh. The focus of her research is the study of oxidants involved in inflammation and in the immune responses caused by nanomaterials. More recently, her research is also focusing on the development of new cellulose-based nanomaterials for potential biomedical application such as vaccine adjuvants.

Engineering Cellulose-Based Nanomaterials For The Development Of Novel Vaccine Adjuvants

The concept of stimulating the immune response of the body against an antigen is the foundation for vaccination. A vaccine adjuvant is an important component of vaccines that primes the immune system to recognize the antigen. The demand for new […]