Definition of Xenogeneic Tyrosinase DNA Vaccine

A DNA vaccine, encoding an epitope of mouse tyrosinase, with potential antineoplastic activity. Xenogeneic tyrosinase dna vaccine contains a mouse tyrosinase plasmid DNA, which is designed to be administered via intramuscular electroporation. tyrosinase is a tumor antigen associated with melanoma. vaccination with this dna vaccine may induce both humoral and cytotoxic lymphocyte (CTL) responses against cells expressing melanoma antigen tyrosinase, thereby resulting in decreased tumor growth.

Xenogeneic Tyrosinase DNA Vaccine is from the group

DNA Vaccine
Melanoma Vaccine

Other Names for Xenogeneic Tyrosinase DNA Vaccine

Xenogeneic Tyrosinase DNA Vaccine

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