Biomarkers of Vaccine Adjuvant Potency and Safety

Biomarkers or biological markers are a measurable indicator of some biological condition. The term is also used to refer to a substance that indicates the presence of a living organism. Biomarkers show the extent to which the vaccine is active and they characterize the nature of response of the vaccine. The biomarkers are important to measure the potency and safety of vaccine adjuvants.

  • Adjuvant Safety Issues
  • Adjuvant Regulatory Requirements
  • Alum Based Adjuvants
  • Novel Marker Vaccine
  • Vaccines and Adjuvants Mechanisms of Action
  • Vaccine Quality Control
  • Advancement in Vaccine-Induced-Immunity
  • Biomarkers of Mucosal and Skin Immunity

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