Free from the use of live or inactivated viruses, the production of synthetic vaccines would be simpler and safer, while cold-chain concerns would lessen, too. A paper published this week in PLoS Pathogens describes how researchers used a particle accelerator to develop a synthetic foot-and-mouth vaccine.
Members of the UK farming and pharmaceutical communities are coming together to plan a preventative strike against foot-and-mouth disease, an epidemic that devastated UK livestock in 2001. And
As South Korea deals with a massive outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD), Inovio has released promising preclinical results for a DNA vaccine that could prevent multiple strains of the disease in