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Effect of chitosan encapsulation conditions on immunogenicity of diphtheria toxoid as a mucosal carrier for intranasal administration in Guinea pig

  • In: Industrial Pharmacy Section - Posters
  • At: Beijing (China) (2007)
  • Type: Poster
  • Poster code: IPS-P-001
  • By: REZAEI MOKARRAM, Ali (Razi vaccine serum research institute, Tehran, Iran)
  • Co-author(s): Mortazavi, seyed alireza (School of Pharmacy, Shaheed Beheshti Uni, TEHRAN, Iran)
    Mohammadpour Dounighi, naser (Razi vaccine serum research institute, TEHRAN, Iran)
    Zolfagharian, hussein (Razi vaccine serum research institute, TEHRAN, Iran)
    Saffar Shahroodi, aniseh (Iranian Institute for Health Sciences Re, TEHRAN, Iran)
  • Abstract:

    Most human pathogens initiate their infection processes at mucosal surfaces; however, most of the conventional vaccines available against these agents are usually given parenterally. Over the last decades significant efforts have been dedicated to explore new routes, alternative to injection, for the administration of macromolecules such as


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