Out on the farm with DNA vaccines

Abstract

DNA vaccination is a rapidly developing technology that offers new approaches for the prevention of disease. This technology may permit the production of new vaccines against diseases that have no current vaccine, as well as allowing the development of improved vaccines to replace existing products. We describe how DNA vaccination is being developed for use in commercial animal production, with an emphasis on viral diseases, and discuss the existing hurdles to its development and use.

DOI: 10.1038/4298

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@article{Beard1998OutOT, title={Out on the farm with DNA vaccines}, author={Clayton W. Beard and Peter W . Mason}, journal={Nature Biotechnology}, year={1998}, volume={16}, pages={1325-1328} }