Genomic Vaccination

Genomic vaccination, also known as DNA vaccination or genetic vaccination is a novel approach to vaccine development that involves the use of genetic material, such as DNA or RNA, to stimulate an immune response against a specific pathogen. Unlike traditional vaccines, which typically contain weakened or inactivated forms of pathogens or their components, genomic vaccines deliver genetic instructions (e.g., DNA or RNA) encoding antigenic proteins directly into cells. Genomic vaccination represents a promising approach to vaccine development, offering advantages in speed, flexibility, and safety.


  • Speed and flexibility
  • Induction of cellular and humoral immunity
  • Safety


  • Infectious diseases
  • Cancer immunotherapy


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