Published in Vaccine Weekly, April 13th, 2005
"We can take a special type of virus which only infects bacteria, called a bacteriophage, and replace some of its DNA with vaccine DNA, and then use the phage to deliver vaccines in a highly efficient way," said Dr. John March of the Moredun Research Institute, Penicuik, near Edinburgh.
A vaccine packaged in this way is cheap, simple to make, stable and...
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