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Vaccine Manufacture and Supply – News and Features

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Hydrogel Vastly Improves the Shelf Life of Vaccines

Researchers have now developed a special hydrogel that vastly improves the shelf life of vaccines, even without refrigeration.
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How To Accelerate Vaccine Production – And Avoid Speed Bumps

In this article, we discuss key challenges in vaccine development scale up, highlighting various strategies for overcoming them.
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Novel Biotechnology Enables Fast Vaccine Production

Novel biotechnology platform-based techniques could be more quickly adapted to manufacture vaccines that are more robust, customizable and flexible than traditional approaches.
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Chemical Markers Could “Unlock” Future Therapeutic Uses of mRNA

Researchers set out to find new ways to artificially induce mRNA to respond in ways that could eventually lead to therapeutic outcomes, expanding on the success of the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines.
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Single Dose of HPV Vaccine Highly Effective

A new study has shown that a single dose of the HPV vaccine has the same efficacy as the current three-dose regimen.
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Cell Culture Advances for Vaccine Development and Production

This article will explore how the optimization of cell culture growth medium, the development of superior biological models and the reduced reliance on animal-derived components continue to drive the exciting and rapidly developing art of cell-based vaccine development.
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Exploring COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution and Waste

Researchers are rolling out a data set that provides detailed information on COVID-19 vaccine shipments and wastage across the United States, with the goal of spurring new data analysis to improve vaccination efforts in the future.
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Survey Uncovers Public Feelings Towards Vaccine Equality

A survey has been conducted to uncover how the public feels about the distribution of vaccines.
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Influenza and the Holy Grail Vaccine

A universal flu vaccine to cover all emerging strains is being pursued, but meanwhile the pandemic could result in better, faster seasonal flu shots. Anthony King explores the current research landscape for Technology Networks.
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Pre-Omicron Data Finds COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Remains Strong at Six Months

A study has reviewed dozens of evaluations of four COVID-19 vaccines and found that they retain nearly all of their ability to prevent severe disease up to six months after full vaccination.
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