Use of Adeno-associated viral vectors to improve delivery of a DNA vaccine against dengue virus.

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Summary of "Use of Adeno-associated viral vectors to improve delivery of a DNA vaccine against dengue virus."

Dengue virus (DENV) remains a significant healthcare and socioeconomic burden for endemic countries. Attempts to produce a safe and effective vaccine have been unsuccessful so far, making this task one of the top priorities in the field. We have previously shown that an EDIII-based DNA vaccine is able to induce neutralizing, long-lasting and highly specific antibody responses for all four DENV serotypes in mice using gene-gun delivery technology. Here, we describe the use of recombinant Adeno-associated viral vectors as an alternative DNA delivery platform, in combination with different immunization schedules, to simplify the vaccination protocol without compromising the induction of neutralizing antibody responses. Our results demonstrate that using viral vectored-platforms to deliver genetic vaccines could potentially reduce the number of doses required to induce a sustained DENV-neutralizing response, thus facilitating the implementation and deployment of the vaccine in developing countries.


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Name: The Journal of general virology
ISSN: 1465-2099


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