VaxOnco moves multi-epitope vaccine for malaria into the clinic
This article was originally published in Scrip
VaxOnco, a South Korean company developing peptide-based vaccines mainly for cancer indications, has begun a US Phase I clinical trial with a DNA-based multi-epitope vaccine against malaria.
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