BioPharm International Supplements, October 2009 - BioPharm International

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BioPharm International Supplements, October 2009
Articles
Addressing Unmet Medical Needs Through Tailored Vaccine Design: The Importance of Adjuvant Systems
By Nathalie Garçon, PhD , Alberta Di Pasquale, PhD , Philippe Monteyne, MD, PhD,
It is now possible to combine antigens with specific adjuvant systems to create more effective vaccines.
Innovations in Intranasal Vaccine Delivery Technology
By Timothy Sullivan , Irach Taraporewala, PhD , Walter Zielinski
Needle-free vaccine delivery platforms can solve the problems of stockpiling, cold-chain management, and pandemic preparedness.
Tangential Flow Filtration for the Recovery of Acellular Pertussis Vaccine Components
By Rakesh Kumar, PhD , S.V. Kapre, PhD , Priyabrata Pattnaik, PhD , Subhasis Banerjee , M.S. Mahadevan
Membrane-based TFF technology can ease scale-up and provide a higher recovery percentage compared to conventional purification methods.
Pandemic Preparedness: What More Can We Do?
By Catarina Flyborg , Daria Donati, PhD
The industry and government must collaborate to develop robust technologies and quicker, more flexible manufacturing approaches for vaccine development.
Advancing Vaccine Technology to Combat Global Pandemic Threats
By Andrew Clutterbuck , Nitin Jain , David Simpson
New technologies such as virus-like particles are promising weapons in the battle against pandemic influenza.
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