AIIMS breakthrough may lead to world's first oral Hepatitis
Researchers at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) have developed nano-particles loaded with antigen protein segments that could lead to the discovery of an oral hepatitis B vaccine.
“The outcomes are positive in animal studies and if human trials are successful as well, an oral vaccine for hepatitis B could become a reality by 2021, doing away with the need for injections and booster doses,” said Dr Amit Dinda, professor of pathology at the AIIMS, who led the research.
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