DNA Vaccination Using pcDNA3.1 eGFP in Experimental Study and its Effect on Pregnancy and Embryogenesis

Author(s): Ria Margiana

DNA vaccination that is for non-human animals has been successful over the past years is a method of protecting animals against infections by injecting them with genetically modified DNA to trigger direct production of antigens by the cells, resulting in an advanced immune protective response. There is remarkable progress and hope towards realizing the DNA vaccines for humans especially again frequent and dangerous disesases although the current statistics do not show any success in developing a functional genetically engineered DNA vaccine for the human race. There are many doubtness about the use of DNA vaccines especially in a special condition as in pregnancy. The aim of this paper is to discuss the effect of DNA vaccines in pregnancy and its effect on embryogenesis.

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