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Spray Drying and Vaccine Stabilization

Research on spray drying as a processing method to improve vaccine stabilization and to enable novel routes of vaccine delivery has produced promising results; however, the method has yet to be adopted for the manufacture of vaccine products by the …

Author: McAdams D, Chen D, Kristensen D

Publication date: 2012

Stability of Live Attenuated Rotavirus Vaccine With Selected Preservatives and Primary Containers

This article, published in Vaccine, reports the results of a study to evaluate the feasibility of using preservatives to develop a liquid multi-dose formulation and primary packaging alternatives for orally delivered, liquid rotavirus vaccines. The …

Author: Lal M, Jarrahian C, Zhu C, et al.

Publication date: 2016

Stability of Vaccines – Bridging From Stability Data to Continuous Safety and Efficacy Throughout Shelf Life – An Always Reliable Approach?

This article, published in Biologicals, discusses why stability studies are important tools to reliably ensure that the efficacy and safety of medicinal products remain unchanged from release of drug product until the end of shelf life. The author …

Author: Pfleiderer M

Publication date: 2009

Stabilization of HAC1 Influenza Vaccine by Spray Drying: Formulation Development and Process Scale-Up

This article, published in Pharmaceutical Research, reports on a study that aimed to develop a stable formulation of a recombinant H1N1 influenza hemagglutinin vaccine candidate using spray-drying production. The study results demonstrated the …

Author: Zhu C, Shoji Y, McCray S, et al.

Publication date: 2014

Stabilization of Vaccines: Lessons Learned

This editorial, published in Human Vaccines, explores the key logistical, regulatory, procurement, and policy issues associated with the development and use of temperature-stabilized vaccines. The authors reflect on nearly 8 years of work to …

Author: Kristensen D, Chen D

Publication date: 2010

State of Equity: Childhood Immunization in the World Health Organization African Region

This article, published in The Pan African Medical Journal, reports the results of a study that analyzed recent trends in national and subnational coverage of childhood immunizations in the World Health Organization-defined African Region. The …

Author: Casey RM, Hampton LM, Anya BM, Gacic-Dobo M, Diallo MS, Wallace AS

Publication date: 2017

The State of Vaccine Confidence 2016: Global Insights Through a 67-Country Survey

This article, published in EBioMedicine, presents the results of a worldwide survey that investigated attitudes toward vaccines. The survey found that the overall sentiment toward vaccines is positive, however there is a wide variability between …

Author: Larson HJ, de Figueiredo A, Xiahong Z, et al.

Publication date: 2016

Statistical Methods for Standard Membrane-Feeding Assays to Measure Transmission Blocking or Reducing Activity in Malaria

Transmission blocking vaccines for malaria are not designed to directly protect vaccinated people from malaria disease, but to reduce the probability of infecting other people by interfering with the growth of the malaria parasite in …

Author: Swihart BJ, Fay MP, Miura K

Publication date: 2017

Status of Research and Development of Pediatric Vaccines for Streptococcus pneumoniae

This article, published in Vaccine, provides an overview of the currently available vaccines against pneumococcal disease, their limitations, and outlines the status of research and development activities for new pneumococcal vaccines. It also …

Author: Alderson MR

Publication date: 2016

Status of Vaccine Research and Development for Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli

This article, published in Vaccine, provides an overview of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) disease and outlines current efforts in vaccine development. It includes general approaches to vaccine development for low- and middle-income …

Author: Bourgeois AL, Wierzba TF, Walker RI

Publication date: 2016

Status of Vaccine Research and Development for Shigella

This article, published in Vaccine, provides a Shigella vaccine landscape assessment. It includes an overview of Shigella disease and outlines general approaches to vaccine development for low- and middle-income markets, the status of Shigella …

Author: Mani S, Wierzba T, Walker RI

Publication date: 2016

Status of Vaccine Research and Development of Vaccines for Malaria

This article, published in Vaccine, provides an overview of malaria disease and outlines current efforts in vaccine development. It includes general approaches to vaccine development for low- and middle-income markets, the status of malaria vaccine …

Author: Birkett AJ

Publication date: 2016

Strategic Priorities for Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Vaccine Development

This review article, published in Vaccine, examines the clinical and epidemiological features of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), highlights challenges and opportunities for RSV vaccine development, and identifies priority areas for future …

Author: Anderson LJ, Dormitzer PR, Nokes DJ, Rappuoli R, Roca A, Graham BS

Publication date: 2013

Strategies for Safe Injections

From the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, the article is a discussion of the implications of using sterilizable versus disposible injection equipment. Abstract also available in French.

Author: Battersby A, Feilden R, Stoeckel P, et al.

Publication date: 1999

Strategies for the "Decade of Vaccines"

This issue of Health Affairs covers a variety of strategies for the "Decade of Vaccines." The articles included in the issue cover topics such as the business and economic benefits of vaccines, the moral case for vaccination, the importance of equal …

Author: Dentzer S, ed.

Publication date: 2011

Strengthening Maternal Immunisation to Improve the Health of Mothers and Infants

Innovative approaches to maternal immunization have the potential to decrease serious morbidity and mortality not only in the mother, but also in the baby who is not yet able to immunologically respond to most vaccines. This article, published in …

Author: Abramson JS, Mason E

Publication date: 2016

Strengthening Routine Immunization Systems to Improve Global Vaccination Coverage

This article, published in the British Medical Bulletin, outlines the components of a successful routine immunization system, the path towards improving existing immunization program infrastructure, and the socioeconomic effects of incomplete …

Author: Sodha SV, Dietz V

Publication date: 2015

Streptococcus pneumoniae – A Review of Carriage, Infection, Serotype Replacement and Vaccination

This article, published in Paediatric Respiratory Reviews, provides an overview on pneumococcal carriage and risk factors for invasive pneumococcal disease, the rise of non-vaccine serotypes in the era of immunization with 7-valent pneumocccal …

Author: Mehr S, Wood N

Publication date: 2012

Structural Basis for Immunization With Postfusion Respiratory Syncytial Virus Fusion F Glycoprotein (RSV F) to Elicit High Neutralizing Antibody Titers

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine candidates based on a chief RSV neutralization antigen, the fusion (F) glycoprotein, have foundered due to problems with stability, purity, reproducibility, and potency. The authors of this article, …

Author: Swanson KA, Settembre EC, Shaw CA, et al.

Publication date: 2011

Study of a Localized Meningococcal Meningitis Epidemic in Burkina Faso: Incidence, Carriage, and Immunity

To better understand localized meningococcal meningitis epidemics, the authors of this article, published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, evaluated a serogroup A epidemic in Burkina Faso by surveillance, carriage, and seroprevalence …

Author: Mueller JE, Yaro S, Njanpop-Lafourcade BM, et al.

Publication date: 2011

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