Presentation download: Opportunities and Challenges of Developing Thermostable Vaccines

There are several issues associated with vaccine stability, for example, vaccine thermosensitivity. Currently, vaccines must be stored and distributed at between 2°-8° or -20°C, as they are not stable at an ambient temperature for the duration of their shelf life. Some are stable up to 37°C for days or weeks. As nearly half of vaccines contain aluminium salt adjuvant, they …