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Understanding Plant-Based Vaccines

Plants offer several unique advantages for accelerated vaccine production.

Scientists have used chicken eggs to produce vaccines for decades, but this vaccine production method may produce allergic responses in recipients and is both costly and inefficient. Manufacturing vaccines using plants allows scientists to grow vaccines like crops and may even offer the potential for oral vaccines.

Download this infographic from Drug Discovery News to learn how scientists use plants for more efficient and allergy-free vaccine production.

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