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Vital Science™ Podcast Series: Vaccine Development
Vital Science™ hosts Gina Mullane and Chris Garcia chat about the content of our first several Season 2 episodes – a miniseries covering infectious disease and immunity, origins of vaccination, therapeutic development and regulation, and the scientific community’s recent accomplishments in the fight against COVID.
From Discovery Through Safety and Manufacturing Testing
Speed Up Your Vaccine Efficacy and Safety TestingThere are many components to consider to effectively develop a vaccine. Learn about the regulatory guidelines, study designs, and endpoints you should consider to efficiently and effectively develop your vaccine from discovery to safety assessment.
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Vaccine Safety Testing ConsiderationsVaccines follow a strict regulatory pathway and the safety assessment is a critical component. The type of studies conducted depend on the vaccine type and it is due to their diversity that they require a case by case approach.
Lot Release TestingCharles River provides GMP lot release testing services for bulk drug substances and clinical and marketed products for the European Union (EU), United States (US) and other regulatory-distinct markets, and can act as a single site for your global release testing.
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Fight Against Infectious Disease
From Vaccine In Vitro Assays to In Vivo ModelsFind the best bacterial models to use in your drug development program, from early in vitro screening assays to identify efficacy, to a range of clinically relevant in vivo models.
Coronavirus Research: Futureproofing for Emerging InfectionsUnderstand better the interaction between pathogens and how the immune system responds, so that we can respond quickly in the event of future health issues.