Vaccination & Immunogen Techniques

Vaccination & Immunogen Techniques

Immunotherapy-A Boon in treating Cancers

Cancer cells and tumours expresses microbial proteins, mutated proteins and some aberrantly expressed self proteins all of which are recognized by the immune system. The established immunotherapy manipulate this property of the immune system Read more…

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Posted by Catherine Stewart - 08/01/2013 at 03:12

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Electroporation: A Promising Intradermal Vaccine Delivery Technique

Intradermal DNA vaccination via electroporation (EP) emerges out to be a promising vaccine delivery technique. A recent pre clinical research done on the animal models showed positive immunological effects of electroporation (EP) delivery systems. Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 12/11/2012 at 05:33

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Plant made Vaccines: A Novel Approach

Vaccines have played a vital role in improving the scenario of human health since their use began. Their uses have decreased the death rate in most of the developing countries as they proved to be effective to combat a number of infectious diseases which Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 08/11/2012 at 07:53

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HBV Vaccine: A New Therapeutic Approach

The infection of Hepatitis B is still a worldwide health concern, in spite of the fact that prophylactic vaccination of hepatitis B virus (HBV) in children has drastically decreased HBV occurrence. The present antiviral treatments are limited and have many Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 03/11/2012 at 07:06

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Need of National Policies for Vaccine Development in Developing Countries

Due to the emergence of fatal infectious and chronic diseases around the world there is an urgent need for the development of safe and cost effective vaccines. But compared to developed countries the Asian countries such as China, Korea and India Read more…

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Posted by Saini - 19/10/2012 at 05:43

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