A Comprehensive Review of the Global Efforts on COVID-19 Vaccine Development.

ACS Central Science
Yingzhu LiQiongqiong Zhou


This report examines various vaccine platforms including inactivated vaccines, protein-based vaccines, viral vector vaccines, and nucleic acid (DNA or mRNA) vaccines, and their ways of producing immunogens in cells.


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