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Vaccines: a step towards thermostability

Ensilication of the protein molecules of a vaccine against tuberculosis prevents its deterioration by heat.

“A lack of infrastructure, equipment and effective logistics required to support this cold chain, particularly in developing countries, can lead to 75–100% of vaccines being exposed to suboptimal temperatures during dissemination. As a consequence, up to 50% of manufactured vaccines are discarded...

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