A Phase 1 Placebo-Controlled Study Extension to HVTN 073 / SAAVI 102, to Evaluate the Safety and Immunogenicity of Novartis Sub C gp140 Vaccine With MF59 Adjuvant, as a Boost Following SAAVI DNA-C2 Vaccine and SAAVI MVA-C Vaccine, in HIV Uninfected Healthy Adult Participants in South Africa and the United States
This is an extension of the HVTN 073/SAAVI 102 study. This study will evaluate the safety and immune response to an HIV envelope protein vaccine boost in people who have previously received the SAAVI DNA-C2 and SAAVI MVA-C vaccines or placebo in the HVTN 073/SAAVI 102 study.
100 项与 gp140 Vaccine adjuvanted with MF59C.1(NIAID) 相关的专利（医药）
项与 gp140 Vaccine adjuvanted with MF59C.1(NIAID) 相关的文献（医药）
Influenza vaccine with squalene adjuvant: new preparation. No better than available products.
(1) Injectable influenza vaccines reduce morbidity and mortality in people over 65 years. (2) A new influenza vaccine, with an adjuvant (MF59C.1) based on squalene, is now marketed in France for people over 65, and especially those with chronic conditions at risk of influenza complications. (3) The clinical evaluation dossier contains data from about twenty immunogenicity studies in more than 4000 elderly subjects. According to a meta-analysis of these studies, there is no firm evidence that the MF59C.1 adjuvant vaccine is any better than other vaccines at inducing immunity in elderly people with chronic conditions. (4) A retrospective analysis of mortality among subjects enrolled in immunogenicity studies showed no significant difference between groups receiving the squalene adjuvant vaccine and groups receiving another influenza vaccine, either in the general population or in subsets of patients with relevant chronic conditions. (5) Local adverse effects (pain, rash, induration) and systemic adverse effects (malaise, myalgia, headache) were significantly more common after the squalene adjuvant vaccine than after other influenza vaccines. Pharmacovigilance data collected by the company show no unexpected adverse events. (6) In practice, there is no reason to prefer the squalene adjuvant vaccine to existing vaccines for elderly people, whether or not they have underlying chronic conditions.