Recombinant Vaccines

A recombinant vaccine is formed through recombinant DNA technology. It involves inserting the DNA encrypting an antigen that stimulates an immune response into bacterial cells; communicate the antigen in these cells and then purifying it from them. In this recombinant viral vectors are empirical vaccines which are similar to DNA vaccines, but it will useful for constriction viruses or bacteria as carrier vector to introduce the microbial DNA to cells of the body. They can stimulate the immune system. Live recombinant vaccines are developed from live bacterial or viral vector that was manage to express a different type of exogenic antigens in the cytoplasm of target in this case of genes or HIV-1. In 1986, the recombivax vaccine for hepatitis B was authorized for human use in several countries.


There are some characteristics of producing of large quantities of proteins. Live recombinant bacteria or virus which improves the working of immune system as natural infections occurring and intrinsic adjuvant properties. There is difference between recombinant DNA vaccine and DNA vaccine. The immunogenic protein combine with recombinant DNA Vaccine & it is made in the laboratory and infuse into the vaccine recipient. While the immunogenic protein will combine with a DNA vaccine is developed by the cells of the host.


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