American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The science or methodology of vaccine development.
- n. The development and production of new vaccines
“The second edition was published in 2008 by PCI Books and is meant to help providers navigate the world of vaccinology.”
“Amelia was in the latter group, since it had never occurred to her that a speech about “parasitic diseases and the future of vaccinology” could generate this kind of crowd.”
“DNA vaccines were initially hailed as a revolution in vaccinology.”
“Dr Rutter, an accomplished scientist in the field of biochemistry, recombinant DNA technology, genetic engineering and vaccinology proposed to work with the South African HIV vaccine”
“Because of their obvious impact on the success of development plans, the activities of state aid for development in favour of the family are highly important for family planning, maternity without risks, vaccinology, health education, nutrition and so on.”
“In contrast to conventional methods of developing vaccines, reverse vaccinology was used to decode the genetic makeup genome sequence of MenB and select those proteins that were most likely to be broadly effective vaccine candidates9.”
“Reverse vaccinology, a genome-based approach to vaccine development.”
“The Center houses individuals with expertise and excellence in plant virology, pathology, molecular biology, immunology, vaccinology, protein engineering, and biochemistry.”
“With aquaculture being the fastest growing animal food sector in the United States, as well as in the global marketplace, the findings should also impact fish health and vaccinology.”
“The availability of sequence information for all known APMV serotypes will facilitate studies in epidemiology and vaccinology.”
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