Genomic Vaccination

Vaccination consists of appealing the system with a contagious agent, or elements of a contagious agent, changed in such a fashion that there's no damage or sickness, however securing that once the host is resisted thereupon contagious agent, the system will fittingly neutralize it before it causes any health problem. 100 years vaccination has been bring out by one among 2 match: either introducing specific antigens against that the system reacts directly; or introducing live attenuated infectious agents that replicate inside the host while not inflicting sickness synthesize the antigens that afterwards prime the system.


  • No risk for infection
  • Antigen presentation by both MHC class I and class II molecules
  • Polarise T-cell response toward type 1 or type 2

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