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    • Covid-19 vaccine for transdermal delivery: formulation consideration and microneedle accession 

      Md.Minhaj-Ul-Alam (Brac University, 2021-06)
      Covid-19, a worldwide disease, affects millions of people. As of now, there is no effective technique to avoid infection. This outbreak emphasizes pandemic preparedness. Contrary to popular belief, the Covid-19 vaccination ...
    • Literature review of prospective drugs for COVID-19 

      Hoque, Md. Ikramul (Brac University, 2021-01)
      A new public health disaster arises with the spreading of novel coronavirus in early December 2019, originated in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The novel coronavirus which is identified as Coronavirus Disease 2019 ...
    • Mucosal delivery of vaccines 

      Karim, Rejaul (BRAC Univeristy, 2015-08)
      Vaccines are capable of inducing cellular and humoral immune responses which could provide prophylactic and therapeutic responses against various diseases such as those that are infectious in nature and other that are ...
    • A review on the therapeutic design and challenges of potential COVID-19 vaccines 

      Ziad, Ahmed (Brac University, 2021-02)
      An unprecedented emerge of a rapid human-to-human transmissible respiratory illness, known as COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2, a novel coronavirus from December 2019, in Wuhan, China has changed the world drastically. ...
    • A review on transdermal delivery of vaccines 

      Haque, A.K.M. Salman (BRAC University, 2016-02)
      For therapeutic responses against various diseases especiallythose are infectious in nature and also malignant such as cancer; vaccineinduces cellular and humoral immune responses endowed with prophylactic measures by ...
    • Transdermal material construction in covid 19 vaccine delivery: a microneedle approach 

      Chowdhury, Tasnia Farheen (Brac University, 2021-08)
      COVID-19 has an impact on people of all ages, races, and ethnicities. Because many infected persons are asymptomatic, the virus is unknowingly transmitted to others, resulting in a rapid spread of illness. Spike protein ...