Plant Vaccination

Plant disease and insect attacks are the significant causes of crop production losses. Plant vaccination is the new approach to protect the crops from the targeted pathogen by spaying double-stranded RNA molecules having similarities with that pathogen’s RNA. Therefore, a novel vaccine can replace the pesticides without putting environment, humans and organisms at risk. Plants are able to produce different classes of proteins having pharmaceutical significance at a high yield that leads to produce low-cost products. Development of plant-derived vaccines against influenza viruses, ebola viruses, rabies virus, flaviviruses and more is the promising avenue in this field.

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