Repurposing Vaccines for Intranasal DevelopmentBenefits, Challenges and Considerations For a Non-Invasive Yet Effective Delivery
Intranasal vaccination offers significant benefits including ease of administration, and the potential induction of mucosal-specific as well as systemic immunity. Liquid and dry powder formulations can be delivered by intranasal routes. Challenges to development though, are posed by inefficient absorption, low permeability of the nasal tissues for high molecular weight therapeutics, and rapid mucociliary clearance, amongst others.
In this article, Mark Parry, Technical Director, describes the challenges to intranasal delivery with a focus on how strategic formulation and device selection for mucosal vaccine delivery can help overcome development challenges.
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