Published in Vaccine Weekly, September 22nd, 2004
"Zona pellucida (ZP) glycoproteins, due to their critical role in mammalian fertilization, have been proposed as candidate immunogens for development of a contraceptive vaccine. Active immunization studies in a variety of animal species, employing either native or recombinant zona proteins, has established their contraceptive potential. Hence, ZP glycoprotein-based contraceptive vaccines have a very good potential for controlling wildlife population," scientists in India report.
"To make it a realistic...
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