INOCULATION OF NUCLEIC ACIDS INTO TISSUES TO OBTAIN THE IMMUNE RESPONSE
Nucleic acid vaccination involves inoculation into tissues (mainly muscle or dermis) of nucleic acids (DNA plasmids or RNA sequences) that encode the antigen(s) against which an immune response is sought.
This method exploits the endogenous production of the target antigen for prophylactic or therapeutic purposes.
IGEA technology significantly amplifies the transfer efficiency of genetic material by electroporation.
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