Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, March 9th, 2000
Research has shown that DNA vaccines can induce high-titer serum antibodies to a variety of different antigens, including viral, bacterial, eukaryotic, and tumor-associated proteins. Additionally, DNA vaccines can stimulate immune responses when delivered by a variety of routes and methods.
"Previous work ... has concentrated on the application of dairy proteins in the development of drug delivery systems (Heelan et al., Irish J Agr Food Res, 1993;32(1)57-66)," said Majella E. Lane for colleagues at the Department of Pharmaceutics, Trinity College, Ireland. "In the...
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