Nikolai Petrovsky is affiliated with the Department of Endocrinology and Diabetes at Flinders Medical Centre, the Department of Medicine at
Flinders University, the Child Health Research Institute, and Vaxine Pty Ltd., all in Adelaide, South Australia. Susanne Heinzel is affiliated with the School of Pharmaceutical, Molecular, and Biomedical Sciences at the University of South Australia,
and with Vaxine Pty. Ltd. Yoshikazu Honda is with Vaxine Pty. Ltd. A. Bruce Lyons is a member of the Department of Medicine at Flinders University, the School of Pharmaceutical, Molecular and Biomedical
Sciences at the University of South Australia, the Department of Medicine at the University of Adelaide, Vaxine Pty., Ltd.,
and the Hanson Institute, all located in Adelaide, South Australia.
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