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Zhang J, Nian X, Liu B, Zhang Z, Zhao W, Han X, Ma. Development of MDCK-based quadrivalent split seasonal influenza virus vaccine with high safety and immunoprotection: A preclinical study. Antiviral Res. 2023 Jun 1:105639
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Vaccination remains the best prevention strategy against influenza. The MDCK-based influenza vaccine prompted the development of innovative cell culture manufacturing processes. In the present study, we report the effects of multiple administrations of a candidate, seasonal, MDCK-based, quadrivalent split influenza virus vaccine MDCK-QIV in Sprague-Dawley (SD) rats. Moreover, the effects of the vaccine were evaluated in terms of fertility and early embryonic development, embryo-fetal development, and perinatal toxicity in the SD rats and immunogenicity in Wistar rats and BALB/c mice. Regarding the safety profile, MDCK-QIV demonstrated tolerance in local stimulation with repeated dose administration and presented no significant effect on the development, growth, behavior, fertility, and reproductive performance of the adult male rats, maternal rats, and their offspring. MDCK-QIV elicited strong hemagglutination inhibition neutralizing antibody response and protection against the influenza virus in the mouse model. Thus, data supported that MDCK-QIV could be further evaluated in human clinical trial, which is currently underway.

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