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Anna K. Blakney, Paul F. McKay, Dennis Christensen, Bárbara Ibarzo Yus, Yoann Aldon, Frank Follman, Robin J. Shattock. "Effects of cationic adjuvant formulation particle type, fluidity and immunomodulators on delivery and immunogenicity of saRNA.Journal of Controlled Release. 2019. 304: 65-74.

Maria M. Papthanasiou, Baris Burnak, Justin Katz, Nilay Shah, Efstratios N. Pistikopoulos. “Assisting continuous biomanufacturing through advanced control in downstream purification.”Computers & Chemical Engineering. 2019. 125: 232-248.

Anna K. Blakney, Paul F. McKay, Bárbara Ibarzo Yus, Judith E. Hunter, Elizabeth A. Dex, and Robin J. Shattock. “The Skin You Are In: Design-of-Experiments Optimization of Lipid Nanoparticle Self-Amplifying RNA Formulations in Human Skin Explants.” ACS Nano. 2019. 13(5): 5920-5930.

Anna K. Blakney was awarded a Provost’s Award for excellence in animal research for the above work.

Anna K. Blakney, Gokhan Yilmaz, Paul F. McKay, C. Remzi Becer, Robin J. Shattock. “One Size Does Not Fit All: The Effect of Chain Length and Charge Density of Poly(ethylene imine) Based Copolymers on Delivery of pDNA, mRNA, and RepRNA Polyplexes.” Biomacromolecules. 2018. 19(7): 2870-2879.

Anna K. Blakney, Paul F. McKay, Robin J. Shattock. “Structural Components for Amplification of Positive and Negative Strand VEEV Splitzicons.” Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences. 2018. 5: 71.

Luke Muir, Paul F. McKay, Velislava N. Petrova, Oleksiy V. Klymenko, Sven Kratochvil, Christopher L. Pinder, Paul Kellam, Robin J. Shattock. “Optimisation of ex vivo memory B cell expansion/differentiation for interrogation of rare peripheral memory B cell subset responses.” Wellcome Open Research. 2018. 2: 97.

Zoltán Kis, Robin Shattock, Nilay Shah, Cleo Kontoravdi. “Emerging Technologies for Low-Cost, Rapid Vaccine Manufacture.” Biotechnology Journal. 2019. 14: 1800376.

General Information on Vaccines

History of vaccines
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Vaccine Knowledge Project
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Vaccines work to help keep us alive
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A history of the measles vaccination programme within the UK
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Riskiest vaccine is the one not given
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Volunteers supporting vaccine development
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"The Vaccine Race: Science, Politics, and the Human Costs of Defeating Disease", by Meredith Wadman

"Vaccine: The Controversial Story of Medicine's Greatest Lifesaver", by Arthur Allen

"Vaccines: A Biography", edited by Andrew Artenstein


Developing Countries Vaccine Manufacturing Networks (DCVMN) is a voluntary public-health-driven alliance of vaccine manufacturers from developing countries that aims to make a consistent supply of high-quality vaccines that are accessible to protect people against known and emerging infectious diseases globally
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UK Government information on Official Development Assistant (ODA) strategic objectives
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List of Low-Middle Income Countries (all countries listed count as LMIC)
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