LECTURE 18:. Virus vaccines. Viro100: Virology 3 Credit hours NUST Centre of Virology & Immunology. Waqas Nasir Chaudhry. Live recombinant virus vaccines.
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The cells are grown in bulk and then broken to release the virus protein.
A lot of work has been done to try to develop peptide vaccines against foot and mouth disease virus
Production of a DNA vaccine. The virus protein gene is inserted into a plasmid, which is then cloned in bacteria. The plasmid is extracted from the bacterial cells, puriﬁed and incorporated into a vaccine