Vaccines are preparations that stimulate protective immune responses against the infection or toxin, using a harmless component, or a weakened form of the infectious agent or toxin. For example, most current vaccines stimulate the production of immune proteins called antibodies, which can neutralize the specific infection or toxin against which the vaccines have been made.
Vaccines can take several forms. They may be:
Some vaccines also contain substances, called adjuvants, that can enhance the immune response.
The use of vaccines is still the most effective and powerful option for preventing animal and human diseases. As a contract research organization (CRO), Creative Bioarray works together with our clients to develop vaccines against viral and bacterial diseases. Our scientists regularly work on a wide range of product types including viral vector products (Adenovirus, AAV, Lentivirus), mRNA, toxins, recombinant and natural antigen proteins and carbohydrates, so whatever your modality, we have the expertise to help you.
Our vaccine research experience includes prophylaxes for seasonal, sexually-transmitted, vector, enteric and other viral and bacterial infections across all populations including maternal participants.
With in-deep operational expertise in conducting vaccine trials, Creative Bioarray understands the unique challenges associated with vaccine development and keeps your objectives in mind. Creative Bioarray works tirelessly as an extension of your team to optimize the timeline, budget, conduct, and quality of your vaccine trial, just as if your compound is our own product. Please feel free to contact our experts, if you have any question concerning vaccine development.