Vaccine Adjuvants

Vaccine adjuvants are a component of a vaccine that aids in triggering a stronger immune response in the body of the patient. Adjuvants, in other words, make vaccines more effective. Adjuvants that are found naturally in some vaccines made from weak or dead germs aid in the body's production of a powerful immune response that is protective. However, rather than including the entire virus or bacteria, the majority of vaccines created today only contain a small portion of germs, such as their proteins. To ensure that the body mounts an immune response potent enough to shield the patient from the germ being immunised against, adjuvants are frequently used in the creation of these vaccines.

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