Journal of Genetics and DNA Research

ISSN: 2684-6039

Open Access

Huira Kopera

Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA

  • Mini Review   
    DNA Vaccines for Infectious Disorders
    Author(s): Huira Kopera*

    Trial formulations are frequently found to be nonspecific, ineffective, thermally or hydrolytically unstable, or toxic, making it extremely difficult to engineer vaccine-based therapeutics for infectious diseases. The therapeutic landscape for treating infectious diseases has greatly improved thanks to vaccines, as has the threat posed by therapeutic and preventative measures. In addition, despite making production processes more cumbersome, the development of recombinant technologies has greatly facilitated vaccine development by mitigating risks like virulence reversion. Recombinant technology can also improve seroconversion through kinetic and nonkinetic strategies that are discussed in this paper. DNA-based vaccines and amino acid-based vaccines have both seen significant advancements thanks to recombinant technologies... Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2684-6039.2023.7.142

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