Data for: "Investigating alternative delivery systems for self-amplifying RNA vaccines"



Within this project nucleic acid based vaccine strategy – in particular self-amplifying mRNA vaccine (SAM)- has been investigated since such platform was previously reported to elicit protective immune responses, particularly in the case of cell-mediated response in a safe manner and for a variety of virus disease. In order to enhance biological stability and cell internailsation, SAM was combined with four cationic delivery systems. Oil-in-water cationic nanoemulsions (CNE), polymeric nanoparticles (NPs), lipid nanoparticles (SLNs) and liposomes were formulated in absence or in combination with a specific SAM vaccine. Despite the difference in formulation composition, all samples contained the same concentration of cationic lipid - 1, 2-dioleoyl-3-trimethylammonium-propane (DOTAP), or dimethyldioctadecylammonium (DDA) - known as immunostimulants.
Date made available25 Feb 2020
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production2 Jan 2017 - 17 Nov 2019


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Anderluzzi, G. (Creator), Perrie, Y. (Creator) (25 Feb 2020). Data for: "Investigating alternative delivery systems for self-amplifying RNA vaccines". University of Strathclyde. thesis_chapter_1_(.xlsx), thesis_chapter_2(.xlsx), ELISA_2wp2_Figure_5(.xlsx), ELISA_2wp1_Figure_5(.xlsx), ELISA_4wp1_Figure_5(.xlsx), PIMS0159_Titers_2wp2_Figure_5(.xlsx), PIMS20190159_2wp1_Figure_5(.xlsx), PIMS20190159_4wp1_Figure_5(.xlsx), PIMS20190159_Memory_Figure_5(.xlsx), thesis_Chapter_4_1_(.xlsx), Thesis_chapter_5_1_(.xlsx), thesis_chapter_3_1_(.xlsx). 10.15129/8d780490-8d74-466e-bb8b-32ffd60ba5c1