Adhesives, coated with microscopic needles 250 microns wide and 650 microns long, can introduce a DNA vaccine into the body. Such vaccines can help develop immunity against several diseases.The meaning of such vaccines is to familiarize the body with the genes of pathogens. The cells produce molecules grafted human pathogen, which signals the immune system of the aliens. DNA vaccines are more beneficial than usual. For example, do not need to spend time on the production and purification of proteins from pathogens. In theory, all make the body itself. Scientists have tried many times to increase Read more [...]
Researchers from the University of Minnesota published a report stating that the benefits of influenza vaccines overhyped, especially in the elderly, According to Daily Mail.
In the course of his work, scientists analyzed more than 12,000 studies on the effectiveness and safety of influenza vaccines since 1930. They note in the final report that "although government officials say that the vaccine protects against 70 to 90 percent of the population, in reality it is not so."
According to the researchers vaccine protects against only 59 per cent of the population aged 18 to 65 years, Read more [...]
DNA vaccines ... Scientists of the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology (GNTSVB) "Vector" has developed a DNA vaccine against smallpox, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever and hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, CEO told journalists GNTSVB Alexander Sergeyev. "The" vector "works on pre-clinical studies of three vaccines based on DNA. That is, DNA vaccines - ultra drugs against smallpox, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever and hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome. The results of these studies show promise in animal use and subsequent promotion to conduct clinical Read more [...]
Penicillin treat lung fever, furunculosis, purulent inflammation of the brain, meninges, sepsis, or blood infection, purulent inflammation of renal pelvis, anthrax, diphtheria, - in short, those caused by staphylococci, streptococci and related microbes and even some not related.
And success, as we have seen, very good, and often - amazing.
But even streptocid and Sulfidine and sulfazol also used in the treatment of the same disease.
Drugs of this kind are common name - sulphonamides. First learned of the sulfamide ten or fifteen years ago. They acted against many bacteria that cause infectious Read more [...]
Rabies vaccines - specific vaccine for the prevention of rabies. For the preparation of rabies vaccines by Pasteur rabies virus was subjected to repeated transplantation (passages) in rabbits. As a result of their illness begins on the 6-7th day (instead of developing the disease by 16-21-day). In further passages of this period is not shortened, as it is recorded. Hence the virus called "fixed." Fixed virus differs from the original in that it adapts to the nervous tissue of the rabbit, pretty much losing virulence for other animals. Brain rabbits died within 14 days dried over Read more [...]