Hybrid Delivery System Boosts DNA Vaccines Potential

Researchers at the University at Buffalo have developed a hybrid delivery system designed to fight cancer, HIV, flu, and other diseases Scientists from the University at Buffalo have created a novel hybrid system designed to deliver genetic antigens and elicit a strong immune response in patients, something DNA vaccines have so far failed to deliver. The hybrid, presented in the …

University of Buffalo Develops new transport System for DNA Vaccines for HIV, Malaria, HPV, and Other Major Illnesses

“By improving the delivery of DNA vaccines, we can potentially harness the human immune system in new ways to fight everything from the flu and herpes to HIV and cancer.” Blaine Pfeifer, associate professor, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering November 25, 2014 Its performance isn’t measured by the distance it travels, but rather the delivery of its cargo: vaccines …