Bacillus spores will give vaccinations without needles and vaccine increased resistance
Every tenth person is afraid of needles, which deters them from vaccination. Can alleviate this new form of vaccination, says The Daily Mail. The scientists created a soluble film to the vaccine, which should be put under the tongue.
In the making of the film helped them useful bacteria. According to the developers, so it is possible to introduce vaccines against influenza and tuberculosis. Commented Professor Simon Cutting of the University of London: "Vaccines are created on the basis of the dispute bacilli can be delivered to the nasal spray, in liquid, capsule, or plate-like mouth freshener."
These vaccines do not need to be refrigerated, and there is no question of the use of sterile needles. New versions of the vaccine has been successfully tested. Used vaccines against influenza, tuberculosis, tetanus. Now, researchers tested whether such vaccinate against intestinal diseases caused by Clostridium difficile.
Currently against Clostridium difficile is no effective vaccine. Cutting is sure oral form of the vaccine can cause a specific immune response in the gastrointestinal tract, which completely removes the pathogen. Plus, the bacillus spores are resistant and they are ideal for transporting antigens that cause the body to produce antibodies.