Vaccine Drug Delivery Systems

The vaccine induces immune mediated resistance to a disease but does not necessarily lead to infection. Vaccines usually contain DNA encoding antigenic proteins or organisms or pathogenic subunits of killed or degenerated organisms. Subunit vaccines, although exceptionally selective and specific in their response to antibodies, often fail to respond to conditions such as changes in the epitomic recognition center of the antibody and poor immunity. Distribution of antigens from an oil-based adjuvant such as Freunds Adjuvant reduces the number of vaccine doses, but due to toxic concerns such as induction of granulomas at the injection site, such adjuvants are not widely used. Aluminum hydroxide and aluminum phosphate are auxiliary alums approved by the FDA for human use. Therefore, the antigen delivery system was designed as a result of the invention of a safe and powerful helper that manages antigen in cell form in solution.

  • Types of Vaccines
  • Novel Vaccine Drug Delivery Systems
  • Vaccine Safety and efficiency 
  • Vaccine Research & Development
  • Anti-Microbial Resistance


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