Ensuring safety of DNA vaccines

  title={Ensuring safety of DNA vaccines},
  author={Jacob Glenting and Stephen Wessels},
  journal={Microbial Cell Factories},
  pages={26 - 26}
In 1990 a new approach for vaccination was invented involving injection of plasmid DNA in vivo, which elicits an immune response to the encoded protein. DNA vaccination can overcome most disadvantages of conventional vaccine strategies and has potential for vaccines of the future. However, today 15 years on, a commercial product still has not reached the market. One possible explanation could be the technique's failure to induce an efficient immune response in humans, but safety may also be a… CONTINUE READING
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