Secretory System Components as Potential Prophylactic Targets for Bacterial Pathogens

It is my pleasure to announce publication of the second manuscript this year. The work is a review describing use of secretory system components from bacterial pathogens in designing vaccines against bacterial pathogens. It is a long and detailed work showing published strategies and their effectiveness against Bacillus anthracis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Shigella flexneri, Yersinia pestis and many other pathogens. At the end, there is a summary and suggestions for designing better and longer-lasting vaccines.

The work has been published in MDPI Biomolecules under the Special Issue headed by myself.

As usual, many thanks to the editorial staff at MDPI for the help and speed of their work.

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