Fluodot Nanoparticle – A Promising Novel Delivery System For Veterinary Vaccine

Fluodot Nanoparticle – A Promising Novel Delivery System For Veterinary Vaccine

Aseno Sakhrie1, Jingwen Ding2, Ankarao Kalluri2, Zeinab Helal1, Challa V. Kumar2 and Mazhar I. Khan1*

1Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science, Institute of Materials Science, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT 06269 USA; 2Department of Chemistry, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT 06269 USA

International Journal of nanoparticle research

Most of the killed, inactivated, or live-attenuated pathogen vaccines are now replaced by modern vaccines containing isolated, highly purified antigenic protein subunits which are safer than live viruses or deactivated viruses. Another strategy is the development of nanoparticles which can mimic the repetitiveness, geometry, size and shape of the host-pathogen surface and provide improved stability and long lasting immunogenicity, as well as serve as vehicles to deliver multiple copies of the antigens to the target cells. Several interesting advances have been made recently in the area of protein nanotechnology and here, we provide a concise review of one such novel nanoparticle called FluoDot which may be effectively used as a delivery system in some veterinary medicine applications.

Keywords: FluoDot; Nanoparticle; Protein: Vaccine

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Aseno Sakhrie, Jingwen Ding, Ankarao Kalluri, Zeinab Helal, Challa V. Kumar and Mazhar I. Khan. Fluodot Nanoparticle – A Promising Novel Delivery System For Veterinary Vaccine. International Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2020; 3:14. DOI: 10.28933/ijonr-2020-08-1205

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