Old and new vaccine approaches.

  title={Old and new vaccine approaches.},
  author={Ruth Arnon and Tamar Ben-Yedidia},
  journal={International immunopharmacology},
  volume={3 8},
The conventional, currently available vaccines, though quite successful, suffer from a few shortcomings which hamper future vaccine development. We present herewith some of the new approaches that are presently being pursued, including (1) the development of recombinant, or genetically engineered, vaccines which are based either on the expression of the relevant protective antigen and its formulation into vaccine, or the production of live vaccines, where an appropriate live vector (virus or… CONTINUE READING


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