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What is Plasmid-based Biomedicine?

It is a form of gene therapeutics that delivers antigens or therapeutic protein-encoding plasmid DNA
into the body in order to prevent and treat diseases via proteins produced in the cells.

Innovative technology in biomedicine acknowledged by US Government
Collaboration with the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (11 Nov 2015)
→ MERS DNA vaccine, GLS-5300, WRAIR provides support for all clinical activities
Funded by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (9 Apr 2015)
→ Ebola DNA vaccine, Jointly developed by GeneOne and Inovio,
    total US$56 million over 2 years
Global vaccine development for emerging infectious disease