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synthetic vaccines

prophylactic immunization substances prepared by artificial techniques, such as by peptide synthesis or cloning of deoxyribonucleic acid.
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The breakthrough could save the NHS millions as it is the first synthetic vaccine, so it does not have to be kept in the fridge.
This simple synthetic vaccine has the potential to overcome important production and deployment limitations, and what's more, the vaccine is non-live, so it does not pose a risk of spreading to unintended individuals.
The idea of the synthetic vaccine is that it contains no genome it's virus free," he tolds.
The US has started to develop a synthetic vaccine based on information that China and WHO have posted online.
UK scientists have developed a synthetic vaccine for foot-andmouth disease (FMD) virus.
Now, scientists from the UK have developed a new method to create an entirely synthetic vaccine that doesn't rely on using live infectious virus, which means it is much safer, the BBC reported.
A SYNTHETIC vaccine based on nanotechnology holds out the promise of halting autoimmune diseases such as Crohn's and rheumatoid arthritis, it was reported yesterday.
Cuban researchers have developed the first synthetic vaccine against a bacteria that causes pneumonia and meningitis, a breakthrough aimed at lowering the cost of immunizing children in poorer countries, reports Reuters (Nov.
There is considerable interest in the description of T-cell epitopes because the inclusion of helper epitopes improves the immune response to synthetic vaccine constructs (Alexander et al.
The blood concentrations of antibodies induced by the synthetic vaccine were as high or higher than levels in blood from people of Burkina Faso, Mali, and Colombia--all endemic malarial zones--who had donated blood samples.
This is the nation of Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, one of the world's most widely translated authors; of artist Fernando Botero, perhaps the only living sculptor to have his work displayed in the Champs-Elysees, on Park Avenue, and in the Piazza della Signoria; of malaria researcher Manuel Elkin Patarroyo, inventor of the synthetic vaccine (as opposed to vaccines made with the viruses).
Ross is taking a novel approach by examining the use of a synthetic vaccine created from genetic sequences of many different flu viruses.