Utilising nanoparticles for DNA vaccine delivery

@inproceedings{Penumarthi2017UtilisingNF,
  title={Utilising nanoparticles for DNA vaccine delivery},
  author={Alekhya Penumarthi},
  year={2017}
}
Vaccines have been vital candidate against infectious diseases, and over the past one hundred years have saved millions of lives. The main types of vaccines available to date are subunit, live attenuated, inactivated, conjugate, toxoid and recombinant DNA 

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