Texas Childrens Hospital Center for Vaccine Development

Houston, TX, United States

Texas Childrens Hospital Center for Vaccine Development

Houston, TX, United States
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Jiang S.,Lindsley F Kimball Research Institute | Jiang S.,Fudan University | Bottazzi M.E.,Sabin Vaccine Institute | Bottazzi M.E.,Texas Childrens Hospital Center for Vaccine Development | And 16 more authors.
Expert Review of Vaccines | Year: 2012

A subunit vaccine, RBD-S, is under development to prevent severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) caused by SARS coronavirus (SARS-CoV), which is classified by the US NIH as a category C pathogen. This vaccine is comprised of a recombinant receptor-binding domain (RBD) of the SARS-CoV spike (S) protein and formulated on alum, together with a synthetic glucopyranosyl lipid A. The vaccine would induce neutralizing antibodies without causing Th2-type immunopathology. Vaccine development is being led by the nonprofit product development partnership; Sabin Vaccine Institute and Texas Children's Hospital Center for Vaccine Development in collaboration with two academic partners (the New York Blood Center and University of Texas Medical Branch); an industrial partner (Immune Design Corporation); and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. A roadmap for the product development of the RBD-S SARS vaccine is outlined with a goal to manufacture the vaccine for clinical testing within the next 5 years. © 2012 Expert Reviews Ltd.

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