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by Gerald V. Jr. Quinnan

eBook Vaccinia Viruses As Vectors for Vaccine Antigens download ISBN: 0444009841
Author: Gerald V. Jr. Quinnan
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd (September 1, 1985)
Language: English
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Vaccinia viruses as vectors for vaccine antigens. I. Vaccines-Congresses. V. Quinnan, Jr. Division Biologics.

Vaccinia viruses as vectors for vaccine antigens. 2. Vaccinia-Congresses. 4. Smallpox-Congresses. Quinnan, Gerald V. 1I. Title. and. Center for Drugs and.

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Viral vectors as well as genetic and protein subunit vaccines or large-scale protein production systems are considered among the different chapters of the book. 1 Vaccines and Vaccination for Veterinary Viral Diseases: A General Overview.

Virus-derived vectors offer several advantages over traditional vaccine . Draper SJ, Heeney JL (2010) Viruses as vaccine vectors for infectious diseases and cancer. Nat. Rev Microbiol 8:62–73.

Virus-derived vectors offer several advantages over traditional vaccine technologies, the fi rst being a very ef fi cient delivery of the exogenous gene into target cells. virus for mammalian cells; the production of antigen for a short period of time and. the localization of the virus in the cytoplasm thus avoiding integration risk that. might occur with a retroviral vector.

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nant Newcastle disease virus as a vaccine vector. Bivalent vaccines based on live attenuated viruses expressing a heterologous protein are an attractive strategy to address co-infections with various pathogens in the field

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