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Applications of carbon nanotubes and polymeric micro-/nano-particles in fish 2 vaccine delivery: progress and future perspectives

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Authors
Sib Sankar Giri; Sang Guen Kim; Jeong Woo Kang; Sang Wha Kim; Jun Kwon; Sung Bin Lee; Won Joon Jung; Se Chang Park
Issue Date
2021-02-10
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd
Citation
Reviews in Aquaculture
Keywords
aquaculturechitosandisease resistanceDNA vaccinefish pathogenspoly(D,L‐lactide‐co‐glycolic acid)
Description
Early View(Online Version of Record before inclusion in an issue)
Abstract
Newly evolving strains of pathogenic microorganisms in aquaculture are posing formidable challenge in controlling and/or eradication of diseases affecting aquaculture. Many research studies have aimed to address this challenge, and the delivery of vaccines using biocompatible nano‐delivery systems is widely investigated. Nanoparticles (NPs) have tremendous potential for application as delivery vehicles of novel vaccines. At present, various polymeric and non‐polymeric NPs are utilized to deliver vaccines in aquatic species. This review comprehensively discusses recent research advancements in the utilization of carbon nanotubes and polymeric micro‐/nanoparticles for the delivery of drug/nutrients to control fish diseases. Further, this review compares the potentials of various vaccine delivery systems utilized to control fish pathogens. The necessity of non‐toxic and eco‐friendly strategies for aquaculture has also been emphasized in this review.
ISSN
1753-5123
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/173898
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1111/raq.12547
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