Rapid Detection of Candidates for Vaccines Against Biothreat Agents

Magdalena Franco | 18-LW-039

Executive Summary

We will explore a rapid screening method that enables efficient identification of protective antigen molecules for use in vaccines against biothreat agents that currently have no preventive vaccine. This research contributes to the central mission of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in national security by enabling a capability to reduce the global threat from bioterrorism.