Subunit vaccines

Subunit vaccines are composed of protein or glycoprotein components of a pathogen that are capable of inducing a protective immune response and may be produced by conventional biochemical or recombinant DNA technologies. Recombinant subunit vaccines have distinct advantages over live attenuated and inactivated vaccines since they are efficient in inducing humoral- and cell-mediated immunological responses, and the risks associated with handling the pathogen are eliminated.

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