Description: An adjuvant is an ingredient used in some vaccines that helps create a stronger immune response in people receiving the vaccine. In other words, adjuvants help vaccines work better. Some vaccines that are made from weakened or killed germs contain naturally occurring adjuvants and help the body produce a strong protective immune response.
Description: Inorganic adjuvants Aluminium salts. There are many adjuvants, some of which are inorganic (such as alum), that also carry the potential to augment immunogenicity. Two common salts include aluminium phosphate and aluminium hydroxide. Aluminium salts are the most commonly-used adjuvants in human vaccines.
Description: Vaccines also contain DNA, which is harvested from aborted infants. As adjuvants in vaccines, one hundred million bits and strands of human DNA are allowed per dose. When our cells die, they go through a process called apoptosis, which breaks down the DNA in the cell so that it is not released into the bloodstream.
Description: Alum as an adjuvant. Alum was the first aluminium salt used as an adjuvant, but has been almost completely replaced by aluminium hydroxide and aluminium phosphate for commercial vaccines. Adverse effects. Adjuvants may make vaccines too reactogenic, which often leads to fever.
Description: Toxic vaccine adjuvants. and ingredient are not emphasized enough in the debate over the safety of vaccines. The medical establishment, which has essentially been wed to Big Pharma ever since its inception by the Rockefellers, routinely downplays the idea that these adjuvants are quite harmful.In reality, many are known carcinogens.
Description: The combined features of dose reduction and antigen sparing can have important implications for improving global vaccine supply. Adjuvants can also improve immune responses in populations where responses to vaccines are typically reduced, such as infants, the elderly and the immunocompromised.
Description: How can adjuvant systems be used to enhance the body’s immune response to vaccines? Watch Dr Arnaud Didierlaurent, Head of Adjuvant Platforms, GSK Vaccines, explore this topic. GSK - Do more ...
Description: Adjuvants and Ingredients: Adjuvants are substances added to certain vaccines to increase the body's immune response to that vaccine. Ingredients are added to inactivate viruses or bacteria, to preserve them, and to prevent them from losing potency over time.
Description: Efforts to develop safe and effective vaccines increasingly involve the use of adjuvants—substances formulated as part of a vaccine to boost immune responses and enhance the vaccine’s effectiveness. NIAID supports a broad portfolio of vaccine adjuvant research, ranging from basic immunology studies to clinical testing of adjuvanted vaccine candidates.
Description: Adjuvants currently in clinical use enhance humoral responses but new adjuvants in clinical and preclinical trials are focused on generating multifaceted immune responses. The PRR pathways are an attractive source of novel adjuvants for vaccines due to their ability to induce strong cell-mediated immunity. 1. Leroux-Roels G., 2010.
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