vaccinogen

vac·cin·o·gen

(vak-sin'-ō-jen),
A source of vaccine, such as an inoculated heifer.
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There are different kinds of cancer vaccines using whole tumor cells, e.g., OncoVAX (Vaccinogen) for colon cancer, Reniale (LipoNova) for renal cancer, and GVAX for prostate cancer [5557].
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The Bandung-based company was set up in August 1890 then named Parc Vaccinogen or Land Koepok Inrichting, later famous as Pasteur Institute.
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