DNA vaccine

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DNA vaccine

[¦de¦en¦ā vak′sēn]
(immunology)
A type of noninfectious vaccine that directly injects deoxyribonucleic plasmids that express antigens of interest, resulting in foreign protein expression within the cells of the vaccine; however, the vaccine itself is unable to replicate.
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