100 项与 Antimalarial DNA vaccine(Celera Corp.) 相关的专利（医药）
项与 Antimalarial DNA vaccine(Celera Corp.) 相关的文献（医药）
2023-06-30·Medecine tropicale et sante internationale
[Vaccination against malaria].
作者: Marie Mura
Vaccination against malaria is an old dream that reemerged in 2015 with the European Medicines Agency's favourable opinion on a first antimalarial vaccine, RTS,S/ AS01. Six years later, the World Health Organization (WHO) is advising a wide deployment of this vaccine in sub-Saharan Africa and in regions with high and moderate transmission where Plasmodium falciparum circulates. This follows favourable results from the pilot programme in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi involving over 800,000 children since 2019. This article addresses the objectives and main vaccine candidates targeting the different stages of parasite development, highlighting the progress and limitations of these different approaches. The RTS,S saga has been a milestone in vaccine development, with a first-generation vaccine recommended by the WHO for use in children over 5 months of age in sub-Saharan Africa and other areas of moderate to high transmission of P. falciparum malaria, in combination with other prevention measures. Research efforts continue to better understand the correlates of protection. With advances in vaccine platforms, new multi-antigen, multi-stage, and even multi-species approaches might emerge and brighten the horizon for malaria control.
2022-10-01·JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
Introduction of the first antimalarial vaccine: A step towards Malaria eradication?
作者: Abyaz Asmar ; Hareem Farooq ; Muhammad Aemaz Ur Rehman
2022-01-01·Frontiers in immunology
Stereo electronic principles for selecting fully-protective, chemically-synthesised malaria vaccines.
作者: Manuel E Patarroyo ; Adriana Bermudez ; Martha P Alba ; Manuel A Patarroyo ; Carlos Suarez ; Jorge Aza-Conde ; Armando Moreno-Vranich ; Magnolia Vanegas
Major histocompatibility class II molecule-peptide-T-cell receptor (MHCII-p-TCR) complex-mediated antigen presentation for a minimal subunit-based, multi-epitope, multistage, chemically-synthesised antimalarial vaccine is essential for inducing an appropriate immune response. Deep understanding of this MHCII-p-TCR complex's stereo-electronic characteristics is fundamental for vaccine development. This review encapsulates the main principles for achieving such epitopes' perfect fit into MHC-II human (HLADRβ̞1*) or Aotus (Aona DR) molecules. The enormous relevance of several amino acids' physico-chemical characteristics is analysed in-depth, as is data regarding a 26.5 ± 2.5Å distance between the farthest atoms fitting into HLA-DRβ1* structures' Pockets 1 to 9, the role of polyproline II-like (PPIIL) structures having their O and N backbone atoms orientated for establishing H-bonds with specific HLA-DRβ1*-peptide binding region (PBR) residues. The importance of residues having specific charge and orientation towards the TCR for inducing appropriate immune activation, amino acids' role and that of structures interfering with PPIIL formation and other principles are demonstrated which have to be taken into account when designing immune, protection-inducing peptide structures (IMPIPS) against diseases scourging humankind, malaria being one of them.