Animal and Plant-Derived Vaccines

The progress toward commercialization of plant-based vaccines takes much effort and time, but several candidate vaccines for use in humans and animals are in clinical trials. This review discusses plant engineering technologies and regulations relevant to the development of plant-based vaccines and provides an overview of human and animal vaccines currently under clinical trials.

Some vaccines, such as the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine, should be given a month or more before pregnancy. You should get the Tdap vaccine (to help protect against whooping cough), during your pregnancy. Other vaccines, like the flu shot, can be given before or during pregnancy, depending on whether or not it is flu season when you’re pregnant. It is safe for you to receive vaccines right after giving birth, even while you are breastfeeding. Be sure to discuss each vaccine with your health care professional before getting vaccinated.

 

  • Tobacco, potato(Plant) - Norovirus VP1(Bioproduct)
  • Maize(Plant) - Trypsin(Bioproduct)
  • Nicotiana benthamiana(Plant) Influenza HA-VLP(Bioproduct)
  • Strawberry(Plant) - Canine interferon alpha(Bioproduct)
  • Rice(Plant) - Cholera toxin B subunit(Bioproduct)
  • Carrot cells, Tobacco cells(Plant) - Alphataliglicerase(Bioproduct)

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