Animal & Plant-Derived Vaccines


The first animal vaccine invented was for chicken cholera in 1879 by Louis Pasteur. The production of vaccines for animals and humans has always been linked, this relationship has been coined 'One Health', as at least 61% of all human pathogens originate from animals and No. Vaccines do not contain human or animal cells. The viruses needed to make some vaccines can only be grown in human or animal cells. After the virus has been grown, it is separated from the cells and used to make the vaccine. Some examples of vaccines that were derived from chloroplast to fight against bacterial diseases are cholera, Lyme disease, anthrax, tetanus, and plague, while vaccines to fight against viral diseases are rotavirus and canine parvovirus



 


  • The Flu (Influenza)
  • Hepatitis
  • Rubella
  • Measles

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