Vaccinegate: Metagenomic analysis report on Priorix Tetra
As known, vaccines are biological drugs used to prevent certain infectious diseases. They are made up of several components: antigens (viruses,
inactivated or attenuated bacteria, inactivated toxins, proteins or complex molecules derived from viruses and bacteria, able to stimulate the
immune response), adjuvants (substances that increase the capacity of the vaccine antigens to induce the antibody immune response), excipients
(substances needed to formulate the vaccine, or to preserve it from bacterial contamination) and contaminations (traces of substances derived from
raw materials, eg cell lines for bacteria and virus growth, or from the production process, eg formaldehyde, antibiotics).
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