Forms of Vaccine Support Designs
Vaccine support is a very fragile unit in medication as it involves the study of illness characteristics and how to come up with a cure of the disease. Good vaccines should not affect the way other cells behave but rather only fight the relevant microbes that cause an illness. A good vaccine is one that is used in the right manner by the immune system body cells without affecting the infected cells in the body or altering their functionality. Also when designing a vaccine varying considerations should be taken such as how compatible the vaccine is with other related ailments and the region in the world it will be used.
There are five main categories of vaccines which are: attenuated vaccine, toxic vaccine, conjugate vaccine, inactive vaccine and subunit vaccine which are discussed broadly below. These type of vaccine is developed in the vaccine where the real microbe in weakened in the lab to such a point that it cannot harm the body cells causing illness where the real behavior of the microbe is studied so as to find a suitable vaccine. This is done for the purpose of studying how the real microbe behaves in the natural infection. The long run aim is to rate the amount of antibodies that the body can possibly release to fight the microbe and how to design a drug that can fight the disease with a few doses. Some example of such vaccine support diseases are smallpox vaccine, yellow fever, measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox and rotavirus.
Harmful chemicals are produced by bacteria that is toxic to the body cells. The toxic produced by the bacteria becomes harmful to the body. Formaldehyde and sterilized water creates solution of formalin which can be used to treat inactive toxins. After the body is immunized it learns how to fight the natural toxic substance by releasing antibodies that fight the toxic substance and finally stop its production. Some of the toxic and common vaccines administered in the body are tetanus and diphtheria.
Polysaccharides are used to help protect immature immune systems against illness by linking toxoids and antigens to the immune system. A polysaccharide is a bacterium possessing an outer coating of sugar molecules which disguise a bacterium antigens so that the immature immune system of a kid can’t recognize or respond to them.