The Changing Vaccine Development Landscape


The vaccine development landscape is rapidly changing, with a shift away from whole-organism based vaccines to recombinant and vector based vaccines. Nucleic acid based vaccines are also up-and-coming. This shift is due to a number of factors, including the increasing availability of genetic engineering technologies, the need for more effective and safer vaccines, and the emergence of new and emerging infectious diseases.

The article discusses the different technologies that are being used to develop next-generation vaccines and the challenges and opportunities that these technologies present. It also discusses the importance of collaboration between academia, industry, and government in order to accelerate the development of new vaccines.

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