Vaccines and Immunotherapy

Vaccines production plays a major role in Clinical Microbiology. Vaccines are widely used to produces immunity against a disease. In this session we will discuss about the Vaccines which are currently trending and effective in preventing from diseases. Vaccines provide active and passive immunity. Vaccines are made of the entire disease-causing microorganisms or some of its components. Smallpox vaccine is the first success vaccine. Immunotherapy is the treatment that uses certain parts of a person’s immune system to fight diseases such as cancer. Currently Clinical Researches are going on to completely cure Cancer.

  • Sub-unit vaccines: New trends
  • Vaccines for pregnant women
  • Delivery technologies
  • Recent trends in attenuated vaccines
  • Next-gen conjugate vaccines

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