Dry powder inhalation of pneumococcal vaccine using polymeric nanoparticles as carriers

@inproceedings{Kunda2014DryPI,
  title={Dry powder inhalation of pneumococcal vaccine using polymeric nanoparticles as carriers},
  author={Nitesh K Kunda},
  year={2014}
}
Pulmonary vaccine delivery has gained significant attention as an alternate route for vaccination without the use of needles. Immunization through the pulmonary route induces both mucosal and systemic immunity, and the delivery of antigens in a dry powder state can overcome some challenges such as cold-chain and availability of medical personnel compared to traditional liquid-based vaccines. Antigens formulated as nanoparticles (NPs) reach the respiratory airways of the lungs providing greater… CONTINUE READING

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