Vaccines & Vaccinology

A vaccine is an inactivated biological preparation which when injected into human body provides active acquired immunity to particular diseases or infections. A vaccine agent is a disease-causing micro-organism which is made from killed forms of the microbe or its toxins or one of its surface proteins which in turn stimulates the body's response so that the body will fight against the diseases. Vaccines can be of two kinds: therapeutic and prophylactic. They cover both infectious disease targets as well as non-infectious disease targets.\

  • Vaccines Research and Development
  • Mosquito borne diseases vaccines
  • Protein based vaccines
  • Toxoid vaccines
  • Geriatric vaccines

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