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Vaccines

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Magdalena Kunze

on 21 October 2014

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Transcript of Vaccines

Vaccines from GB and Canada
current method: isolating
should be safe by late 2014 or early 2015
one vaccine contains only antigens or parts
DNA Vaccines
Vaccines
History
Live vaccines
Inactivated vaccines
Inactivated
Vaccines
Inactivated "Whole-Agent"
Subunit
Live
Vaccines
Definition
Two Different
Types
Ebola
Ebola kills 60 - 90 % of the infected
damages blood vessels
causes internal bleeding, shock and eventually death
outbreak in Africa
Still experimental
Only the genes for the proteins responible for the immune reaction are transferred.
No by-effects
Mostly cancer treatment and HIV
Jessica Marksteiner & Magdalena Kunze
Ebola
Vaccines
contain viruses from chicken cells
weakened bacteria
unable to cause illness
provoke an immune response
biologically or gen-technically produced antigens
often include a protein
live vaccines and inactivated vaccines
First traces in China and India
1760: Inoculation with Cowpox
1880s: Pasteur developes first Vaccines
20th century: Vaccines against Measles, Mumps, Diphtheria
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