how do DNA vaccine work
Nucleic acid vaccines were introduced decades ago but have already been widely used in infectious and malignant diseases. Nucleic acid vaccination is a technique for protecting against disease by injection with genetically engineered DNA (as a plasmid) or RNA (as mRNA). In contrast to recombinant bacteria or virus vaccines, nucleic acid vaccines consist only of DNA or RNA, which is uptake by cells and transformed into protein. In terms of the extensive experience in vaccine research, Creative Biolabs is proud to offer our clients DNA and RNA vaccine design services with the best quality and most competitive price.