Purification of AIDS vaccine by chromatography

Purification of AIDS vaccine by chromatography

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Caption: Chromatography, one of many purification steps employed in the final stages of production of VaxSyn, an experimental AIDS vaccine. VaxSyn is based on a genetically-engineered, recombinant form of the HIV protein gp160, which is a precursor to one of HIV's surface proteins. VaxSyn contains no attenuated infectious parts of HIV & therefore carries no risk of transmitting AIDS. The vaccine is being developed by MicroGeneSys and is undergoing trials as a treatment of HIV-positive patients & as a potential vaccine against HIV infection.

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Keywords: aids vaccine, bioengineered, bioengineering, biotechnology, chromatography, drug, drugs, experimental, genetic, genetics, manufacture, production, purification, vaxsyn

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