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Current updates and research on plant-based vaccines for coronavirus disease 2019

Clinical and Experimental Vaccine Research 2021년 10권 1호 p.13 ~ 23
Kumar Asqwin Uthaya, Kadiresen Kirthikah, Gan Wen Cong, Ling Anna Pick Kiong,
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 ( Kumar Asqwin Uthaya ) - International Medical University School of Health Sciences Division of Applied Biomedical Science and Biotechnology
 ( Kadiresen Kirthikah ) - International Medical University School of Health Sciences Division of Applied Biomedical Science and Biotechnology
 ( Gan Wen Cong ) - International Medical University School of Health Sciences Division of Applied Biomedical Science and Biotechnology
 ( Ling Anna Pick Kiong ) - International Medical University School of Health Sciences Division of Applied Biomedical Science and Biotechnology

Abstract


The primary outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, causing pneumonia-like symptoms in patients named coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) had evolved into a global pandemic. COVID-19 has surpassed Middle East respiratory syndrome and severe acute respiratory syndrome in terms of rate and scale causing more than one million deaths. Development of an effective vaccine to fight against the spread of COVID-19 is the main goal of many countries around the world and plant-based vaccines are one of the available methods in vaccine developments. Plant-based vaccine has gained its reputation among researchers for its known effective manufacturing process and cost effectiveness. Many companies around the world are participating in the race to develop an effective vaccine by using the plant system. This review discusses different approaches used as well as highlights the challenges faced by various companies and research groups in developing the plant-based COVID-19 vaccine.

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COVID-19; Pandemic; Plant system; SARS-Cov-2; Vaccine

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