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The discipline of vaccinology has changed since Edward Jenner first introduced the concept of vaccination, but the term “vaccine” still refers to any preparation that specifically improves immunity to a disease.
Nowadays, immunization strategies are less empirical and vaccine-associated mortalities are rare events.
However, the drawback is that safer vaccines are often less immunogenic and multiple injections may thus be required to maintain protective antibody levels.
Today’s challenges in vaccine manufacture call for flexible solutions that can be up and running quickly and efficiently.
Our vaccine manufacturing model, using disposable technologies, offers a number of significant advantages for fast and cost-efficient production.
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