Vaccines: From Concept to Clinic: A Guide to the Development and Clinical Testing of Vaccines for Human Use

1st Edition

Lawrence C. Paoletti, Pamela McInnes

CRC Press
Published July 29, 1998
Reference - 224 Pages
ISBN 9780849311680 - CAT# 1168

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Summary

Designed with academic vaccine researchers in mind, this book presents a road map of how a vaccine develops from an idea in a researcher's imagination, to the lab bench, through preclinical evaluation, and into the clinic for safety and immunogenicity. The result of the editors' own efforts to glean practical information on the steps necessary to manufacture, bottle, and test their vaccines for clinical trials, this book provides answers to researcher questions such as:

  • How do I identify antigens that would produce effective vaccines?
  • Can I produce a clinical lot of vaccine in my laboratory?
  • How should a vaccine be bottled?
  • Which FDA expectations must I meet?
  • What is an IND application and how do I file it?
  • Which CFRs apply to production of a vaccine?
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