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DNA Vaccination


DNA Vaccination is a approach for defending an organism towards disorder through infusing it with genetically engineered DNA to launch an immunological reaction. Nucleic acid immunizations are nonetheless underneath testing, and have been related to various viral, bacterial and parasitic models of illness, and in addition to few tumor models. DNA antibodies have a number of benefits over traditional immunizations. Advantages of DNA vaccination are with no threat for infection, Antigen presentation via each MHC type I and type II molecules, Simplicity of improvement and production, Stability of vaccine for storage and delivery, Cost-effectiveness, Long-term persistence of immunogen, etc. Disadvantages of DNA vaccination are Risk of affecting genes controlling cell growth, Possibility of inducing antibody manufacturing towards DNA, etc.

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