Novel adjuvant may allow for DNA vaccines

Novel adjuvant may allow for DNA vaccines

AT the 2015 Animal Health Research Symposium, experts described four expectations that new vaccine adjuvants should meet and presented data about a next-generation vaccine under development that could be the first to use DNA technology to immunize poultry against avian influenza virus (AIV).

"Disease-causing organisms are constantly evolving to gain a competitive edge, and many endanger both human and animal health," VaxLiant co-founder Dr. Tim Mi

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