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PRAVIN KHAMBALKAR
•A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular
disease.
• Vaccine: „a‟ word derived from usage of cowpox (cow means in „vacca‟ Latin).
• It contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often
made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins or one of its surface
proteins.
• The agent stimulates the body's immune system to recognize the foreign antigen,
destroy it.
•Edward Jenner (1796) used this vaccine in human beings
resulting in protection of human beings from smallpox.
Jenner's work was continued by Louis Pasteur .
Vaccine: Definition
1. A disease antigen that stimulates the body to produce an antibody reaction but
it is not strong to produce the disease‟s harmful effects.
2. A vaccine is a biological preparation that establishes or improves immunity to
a particular disease.
 Vaccines can be
PROPHYLACTIC
(e.g. to prevent the effects of
a future infection by any
natural or "wild" pathogen)
THERAPEUTIC
(e.g. vaccines against cancer )
Ideal vaccine
It should not be toxic or pathogenic.
 Low levels of side effect.
 It should not contaminate the environment.
 It should not cause problems in individual.
 Technique of vaccination should be simple.
 It should be cheap.
• In the edible vaccine, Transgenic plants are used as vaccine production systems.
• The genes encoding antigens of bacterial and viral pathogens can be expressed
in plants in a form in which they retain native immunogenic properties.
• Initially thought to be useful only for preventing
infectious diseases, it has also found application
in prevention of autoimmune diseases, birth
control , cancer therapy, etc.
• Edible vaccines are currently being developed
for a number of human and animal diseases.
•As Hippocrates said , Let “thy food be thy medicine”
Needle free
•Oral vaccines provide “mucosal immunity” at various sites
by secreting antibodies.
• Don‟t need to worry about re-use, misuse and lack of
sterilization. Thus, low risk of infection.
Cheap
• Estimated cost of $0.005 to grow antigen for one dose of
hepatitis B vaccine in an unprocessed form.
• Administering oral vaccines would require little or no
training at all.
storage
safe
• Most importantly, they trigger the immunity at the
mucosal surfaces such as mouth which is the body’s
first line of defense.
• Needs no purification.
• Edible vaccine activates both mucosal and systemic
immunity
• Heat-stable; do not require cold-chain maintenance.
• If the local/native crop of a particular area is engineered
to produce the vaccine, then the need for transportation
and distribution can be eliminated.
•The goal of oral vaccination is to stimulate the mucosal and systemic
immunity against pathogen.
• Edible vaccine when taken orally undergoes the mastication process and the
majority of plant cell degradation occur in the intestine as a result of action
of digestive or bacterial enzyme on edible vaccine .
• Peyer‟s patches (PP) are an enriched source of Ig A producing plasma cells
and have the potential to populate mucosal tissue and serves as mucosal
immune effector site.
•The breakdown of edible vaccine near PP , consisting of the 30-40 lymphoid
nodules on the outer surface of intestine and contain follicles.
•These follicles act as the site from which antigen penetrates the intestinal
epithelium ,thereby accumulating antigen within organized lymphoid
structure .
• The antigen then comes in contact with M-cell .
• M cell passes the antigen to macrophages and B cell.
• These B cell activates the T cell to provide immune response .
• In this way the immunity is activated by the edible vaccine.
William, 2000
William, 2000
•Two ways ……
• In one case , the entire structural gene is inserted into plant transformation
vector between 5‟ and 3‟ regulatory element ; this will allow the transcription
and accumulation of encoding sequence in the plant.
• In the second case , epitope within the antigen are identified ,DNA fragment
encoding these can be used to construct gene by fusion with a coat protein
gene from plant virus e.g. TMV or CMV .
Production of edible vaccine antigen in plant tissue
Mishra et al., 2008
1. Plasmid vector carrier system :
Agrobacterium tumefaciens method.
2. Micro projectile bombardment method.
3. Electroporation method.
William, 2000
1. Tobacco
2. Potato
3. Banana
4. Tomato
5. Rice
6. Lettuce
7. Soybean
8. Alfalfa
9. Muskmelon
10. Carrot
11. Peanuts
12. Wheat
13. Corn
Gunn et al., 2012
Lal et al., 2007
Edible vaccine
1. ETEC
 Boyce Thompson Institute, USA.
 Accomplished the first published successful human trial in 1997.
 Eleven volunteers were fed raw transgenic potatoes expressing LT-B.
 Ten (91%) of these individuals developed neutralizing antibodies, and six
(55%) developed a mucosal response.
Lal et al., 2007
2. Norwalk virus
 Transgenic potato expressing norwalk virus antigen showed seroconversion.
 Nineteen (95%) out of 20 people fed with
transgenic potato expressing norwalk virus
antigen showed seroconversion .
 Attempts are underway to engineer
bananas and powdered tomatoes
expressing norwalk virus.
Lal et al., 2007
3. Cholera
 Transgenic potato with CT-B gene of Vibrio cholerae was shown to be
effective in mice.
 Eating one potato a week for a month with periodic boosters was said to
provide immunity.
Lal et al., 2007
4. Measles
 Mice fed with tobacco expressing MV-H could attain antibody titers five times
the level considered protective for humans.
 MV-H edible vaccine does not cause atypical measles, which may be
occasionally seen with the current vaccine.
 Transgenic rice, lettuce and
baby food against measles are
also being developed.
Mishra et al., 2008
5. Hepatitis B
 For hepatitis B, parenteral VLPs could invoke specific antibodies in mice.
 First human trials of a potato based vaccine against hepatitis B have reported
encouraging results.
 The amount of HBsAg needed for one dose could be achieved in a single potato.
 When cloned into CaMv , plasmid HBsAg
subtype showed higher expression in roots
as compared to leaf tissue of the transgenic
potato.
Mishra et al., 2008
Ling et al., 2010
1. Newcastle disease
 NDV is highly infectious, affecting domestic poultry and wild birds.
 NDV transmission occurs through direct contact with secretions or
discharge of infected birds, and contact with fomites.
 The world‟s first regulatory approval for a PMV was against NDV.
 The HN protein from NDV was expressed in a tobacco cell system and
found to retain the size and immunoreactivity.
Ling et al., 2010
2.Foot-and-mouth disease
 Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is one of the most contagious viral diseases of
wild ruminant and domestic animals.
 The causative pathogen, FMD virus (FMDV).
 FMDV is a single-stranded, positive-sense RNA virus, possessing four capsid
proteins VP1 , VP2 , VP3 and VP4 .
 The VP1 protein is the critical determinant for vaccination against FMD with
the induction of VP1-neutralizing antibodies required for immunity.
 Studies have shown the potential of using VP1 capsid protein as a subunit
PMV candidate, in potato, tobacco, and tomato.
Ling et al., 2010
3.Avian influenza
 There are three influenza viral types A, B and C with distinct pathogenicity and
genome properties.
 Influenza type A virus is endemic in aquatic birds. It is contagious not only to
avian species but also to a variety of mammals. Influenza types B and C infect
mainly humans and are generally less lethal.
 High accumulation of VLPs made from
HA antigen was observed to be immunogenic.
 Mice immunized intramuscularly with
doses of purified H5, VLPs were
protected against influenza virus.
Ling et al., 2010
oAllergenic and toxic potential of plant components.
(e.g. glycans, nicotine)
o. Potential for interference.
o. Production of oral tolerance.
o. Risk of a typical measles. (in plants with cloned measles virus
genes)?
o. Health and environmental risks of GMO.
o. Prevention of misuse/overuse.
Public perceptions and attitudes to genetic modification
o. Will negative attitudes to GMO influence vaccine
acceptability?
o. Legal and ethical considerations regarding products from
plants with status like tobacco.
Quality control and licensing
o. Can antigen expression be consistent in crops?
o. Who will control vaccine availability and production?
Edible vaccine
• Over 350 million people are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus
worldwide.
• The disease burden is primarily felt in developing countries where the lack of
refrigeration, paucity of trained health professionals, and low income levels.
• In developed countries, there are still large segments of the population that do not
respond well to, injected vaccine like Haemodialysis patients, coeliac disease
patients .( poor responder )
• HBsAg is a membrane-bound protein, a class of proteins that are typically
difficult to express in heterologous systems, so they have used a new construct .
• These DNA constructs demonstrate improved accumulation of HBsAg
over previously reported material and deliver maize grain suitable for oral
vaccination that is cost effective, heat stable, and highly concentrated.
Hayden et al., 2012
•Constructs were introduced into HiII maize germplasm using Agrobacterium
mediated transformation.
• All plants were backcrossed to non-transgenic HiII parents, and single
seeds from this backcross (T1 seed) were analyzed by ELISA .
•Typically, single insertion events with the highest concentration of HBsAg are
selected for further breeding.
•Figure 2 depicts the difference in antigen accumulation between the various
constructs of putative single-insertion, HBsAg-accumulating seed.
Hayden et al., 2012
Hayden et al., 2012
•An ideal oral vaccine would maintain antigen integrity at ambient temperatures
over long periods of time.
• In parenteral vaccine HBsAg reduced antibody titres in human populations
when the injected vaccine is exposed to 45 ºC for 1 week, 37 ºC for 1 month or
to ambient temperatures.
• Cereal grains can stabilize proteins for several years at ambient temperatures.
• HBsAg expressing maize grain was ground and exposed for 1 week or 1 month
to a range of temperatures between 20 ºC and 80º C to span and exceed a
normal ambient temperature range.
• Mostly studies assessing protein stability in maize grain for other antigens were
conducted using oil-extracted material by hexane treatment therefore,
in this method they have used two different methods
1. Hexane treatment 2. Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE)
Hayden et al., 2012
Hayden et al..2012
•To begin to understand SFE and hexane treatment effects on protein stability,
they sought to visualize the lipid removal efficiencies of both oil extraction
methods.
•Embryos were dissected from whole seeds, ground and imaged by
CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY.
•SFE treatment seemed to extract oil more efficiently than hexane treatment, as
was evidenced by the paucity of lipid staining (red colour) in SFE samples.
•Differential oil extractions were confirmed by mass balance analyses, which
calculated 26% oil removal in SFE-treated samples and 24% oil removal in
hexane-treated samples.
•Higher efficiency of lipid extraction by SFE could potentially explain the
greater temperature protective effect afforded the SFE-treated samples relative to
the hexane-treated samples.
Hayden et al., 2012
Edible vaccine
Edible vaccine
Edible vaccine
• The objective of this work was to obtain transgenic tomato plants expressing
the PfCP-2.9 protein.
(a chimera of the antigens MSP1 and AMA1 of Plasmodium falciparum).
• Summers tomato variety was used for the transformation experiment via
Agrobacterium.
•The Plasmodium gene of interest (PfCP-2.9=1036bp) was codon optimized and
synthesized by GenScript for expression in tomato.
• The PfCP-2.9 DNA was then cloned in the pPS1 plant transformation vector,
and the plasmid was introduced in the Agrobacterium strain LBA 4404 through
electroporation.
• Agrobacterium colonies were obtained after the process of electroporation.
After performing PCR, only one colony presented both genes of interest,
PfCP-2.9 and nptII.
•This colony was resuspended in liquid MS medium.
• Seven day old tomato cotyledons were transferred to the Agrobacterium
suspension containing acetosyringone and incubated at room temperature for
20 min.
• The cotyledons were then blotted dry using sterile filter paper, transferred to solid
MS medium without acetosyringone, and incubated in a dark growth chamber at
23ºC.
• After co-cultivation for 72 hours, the explants were transferred to the MS
selection medium followed by transfer to the same selection medium containing,
for another eight weeks.
• A total number of three transformed plants (plant 1, 2, and 3) with the
PfCP-2.9 gene reached maturity and produced fruit.
• Seven fruits were harvested from plant 1, 36 fruits from plant 2, and nine fruits
from plant 3.
•DNA was extracted from the ripe fruits of transformed (T0) plants.
•The seeds harvested from the tomato transgenic plants were germinated, and
the DNA was isolated from the cotyledons of each plant source by the CTAB
method .
• After DNA amplification using the PCR method, samples were analyzed by
agarose gel electrophoresis.
Mihail et al., 2013
Mihail et al., 2013
Gel showing the 1,036 bp cDNA
synthesized from mRNA isolated from
the first generation of tomato plants
transformed with the PfCP-2.9 gene.
Mihail et al.,2013
Mihail et al., 2013
Mihail et al., 2013
Edible vaccine
Tomato plants transformed with the
PfCP-2.9 gene express the malaria
antigen gene in tomato fruit.
The gene PfCP-2.9 is transferred to the
next generation of tomato plants.
Edible vaccine
• Edible vaccine holds a great potential .
•It reduces the cost of transportation and refrigeration.
•It neglect the needle and complicated way of vaccine
administration.
•For many disease the research in going on in many countries
funded by their government or industry.
•Significant challenges are still to be overcome before vaccine crop
can become a reality.
•There are some safety concerns which need to be overcome in
near future…
• In another concern, scientists need to be sure that vaccines meant
to enhance immune responses do not backfire and suppress
immunity instead.
• The oral tolerance has shown that ingesting certain proteins can
at times cause the body to shutdown its responses to those
proteins.
• To determine safe, effective doses and feeding schedules for
edible vaccines.
•A final issue worth studying is whether food vaccines ingested by
mothers can indirectly vaccinate their babies.
Edible vaccine
Edible vaccine
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Edible vaccine

  • 2. •A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. • Vaccine: „a‟ word derived from usage of cowpox (cow means in „vacca‟ Latin). • It contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins or one of its surface proteins. • The agent stimulates the body's immune system to recognize the foreign antigen, destroy it. •Edward Jenner (1796) used this vaccine in human beings resulting in protection of human beings from smallpox. Jenner's work was continued by Louis Pasteur .
  • 3. Vaccine: Definition 1. A disease antigen that stimulates the body to produce an antibody reaction but it is not strong to produce the disease‟s harmful effects. 2. A vaccine is a biological preparation that establishes or improves immunity to a particular disease.  Vaccines can be PROPHYLACTIC (e.g. to prevent the effects of a future infection by any natural or "wild" pathogen) THERAPEUTIC (e.g. vaccines against cancer )
  • 4. Ideal vaccine It should not be toxic or pathogenic.  Low levels of side effect.  It should not contaminate the environment.  It should not cause problems in individual.  Technique of vaccination should be simple.  It should be cheap.
  • 5. • In the edible vaccine, Transgenic plants are used as vaccine production systems. • The genes encoding antigens of bacterial and viral pathogens can be expressed in plants in a form in which they retain native immunogenic properties. • Initially thought to be useful only for preventing infectious diseases, it has also found application in prevention of autoimmune diseases, birth control , cancer therapy, etc. • Edible vaccines are currently being developed for a number of human and animal diseases. •As Hippocrates said , Let “thy food be thy medicine”
  • 6. Needle free •Oral vaccines provide “mucosal immunity” at various sites by secreting antibodies. • Don‟t need to worry about re-use, misuse and lack of sterilization. Thus, low risk of infection. Cheap • Estimated cost of $0.005 to grow antigen for one dose of hepatitis B vaccine in an unprocessed form. • Administering oral vaccines would require little or no training at all.
  • 7. storage safe • Most importantly, they trigger the immunity at the mucosal surfaces such as mouth which is the body’s first line of defense. • Needs no purification. • Edible vaccine activates both mucosal and systemic immunity • Heat-stable; do not require cold-chain maintenance. • If the local/native crop of a particular area is engineered to produce the vaccine, then the need for transportation and distribution can be eliminated.
  • 8. •The goal of oral vaccination is to stimulate the mucosal and systemic immunity against pathogen. • Edible vaccine when taken orally undergoes the mastication process and the majority of plant cell degradation occur in the intestine as a result of action of digestive or bacterial enzyme on edible vaccine . • Peyer‟s patches (PP) are an enriched source of Ig A producing plasma cells and have the potential to populate mucosal tissue and serves as mucosal immune effector site.
  • 9. •The breakdown of edible vaccine near PP , consisting of the 30-40 lymphoid nodules on the outer surface of intestine and contain follicles. •These follicles act as the site from which antigen penetrates the intestinal epithelium ,thereby accumulating antigen within organized lymphoid structure . • The antigen then comes in contact with M-cell . • M cell passes the antigen to macrophages and B cell. • These B cell activates the T cell to provide immune response . • In this way the immunity is activated by the edible vaccine.
  • 12. •Two ways …… • In one case , the entire structural gene is inserted into plant transformation vector between 5‟ and 3‟ regulatory element ; this will allow the transcription and accumulation of encoding sequence in the plant. • In the second case , epitope within the antigen are identified ,DNA fragment encoding these can be used to construct gene by fusion with a coat protein gene from plant virus e.g. TMV or CMV .
  • 13. Production of edible vaccine antigen in plant tissue Mishra et al., 2008
  • 14. 1. Plasmid vector carrier system : Agrobacterium tumefaciens method. 2. Micro projectile bombardment method. 3. Electroporation method.
  • 16. 1. Tobacco 2. Potato 3. Banana 4. Tomato 5. Rice 6. Lettuce 7. Soybean 8. Alfalfa 9. Muskmelon 10. Carrot 11. Peanuts 12. Wheat 13. Corn
  • 17. Gunn et al., 2012
  • 18. Lal et al., 2007
  • 20. 1. ETEC  Boyce Thompson Institute, USA.  Accomplished the first published successful human trial in 1997.  Eleven volunteers were fed raw transgenic potatoes expressing LT-B.  Ten (91%) of these individuals developed neutralizing antibodies, and six (55%) developed a mucosal response. Lal et al., 2007
  • 21. 2. Norwalk virus  Transgenic potato expressing norwalk virus antigen showed seroconversion.  Nineteen (95%) out of 20 people fed with transgenic potato expressing norwalk virus antigen showed seroconversion .  Attempts are underway to engineer bananas and powdered tomatoes expressing norwalk virus. Lal et al., 2007
  • 22. 3. Cholera  Transgenic potato with CT-B gene of Vibrio cholerae was shown to be effective in mice.  Eating one potato a week for a month with periodic boosters was said to provide immunity. Lal et al., 2007
  • 23. 4. Measles  Mice fed with tobacco expressing MV-H could attain antibody titers five times the level considered protective for humans.  MV-H edible vaccine does not cause atypical measles, which may be occasionally seen with the current vaccine.  Transgenic rice, lettuce and baby food against measles are also being developed. Mishra et al., 2008
  • 24. 5. Hepatitis B  For hepatitis B, parenteral VLPs could invoke specific antibodies in mice.  First human trials of a potato based vaccine against hepatitis B have reported encouraging results.  The amount of HBsAg needed for one dose could be achieved in a single potato.  When cloned into CaMv , plasmid HBsAg subtype showed higher expression in roots as compared to leaf tissue of the transgenic potato. Mishra et al., 2008
  • 25. Ling et al., 2010
  • 26. 1. Newcastle disease  NDV is highly infectious, affecting domestic poultry and wild birds.  NDV transmission occurs through direct contact with secretions or discharge of infected birds, and contact with fomites.  The world‟s first regulatory approval for a PMV was against NDV.  The HN protein from NDV was expressed in a tobacco cell system and found to retain the size and immunoreactivity. Ling et al., 2010
  • 27. 2.Foot-and-mouth disease  Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is one of the most contagious viral diseases of wild ruminant and domestic animals.  The causative pathogen, FMD virus (FMDV).  FMDV is a single-stranded, positive-sense RNA virus, possessing four capsid proteins VP1 , VP2 , VP3 and VP4 .  The VP1 protein is the critical determinant for vaccination against FMD with the induction of VP1-neutralizing antibodies required for immunity.  Studies have shown the potential of using VP1 capsid protein as a subunit PMV candidate, in potato, tobacco, and tomato. Ling et al., 2010
  • 28. 3.Avian influenza  There are three influenza viral types A, B and C with distinct pathogenicity and genome properties.  Influenza type A virus is endemic in aquatic birds. It is contagious not only to avian species but also to a variety of mammals. Influenza types B and C infect mainly humans and are generally less lethal.  High accumulation of VLPs made from HA antigen was observed to be immunogenic.  Mice immunized intramuscularly with doses of purified H5, VLPs were protected against influenza virus. Ling et al., 2010
  • 29. oAllergenic and toxic potential of plant components. (e.g. glycans, nicotine) o. Potential for interference. o. Production of oral tolerance. o. Risk of a typical measles. (in plants with cloned measles virus genes)? o. Health and environmental risks of GMO. o. Prevention of misuse/overuse.
  • 30. Public perceptions and attitudes to genetic modification o. Will negative attitudes to GMO influence vaccine acceptability? o. Legal and ethical considerations regarding products from plants with status like tobacco. Quality control and licensing o. Can antigen expression be consistent in crops? o. Who will control vaccine availability and production?
  • 32. • Over 350 million people are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus worldwide. • The disease burden is primarily felt in developing countries where the lack of refrigeration, paucity of trained health professionals, and low income levels. • In developed countries, there are still large segments of the population that do not respond well to, injected vaccine like Haemodialysis patients, coeliac disease patients .( poor responder ) • HBsAg is a membrane-bound protein, a class of proteins that are typically difficult to express in heterologous systems, so they have used a new construct . • These DNA constructs demonstrate improved accumulation of HBsAg over previously reported material and deliver maize grain suitable for oral vaccination that is cost effective, heat stable, and highly concentrated.
  • 34. •Constructs were introduced into HiII maize germplasm using Agrobacterium mediated transformation. • All plants were backcrossed to non-transgenic HiII parents, and single seeds from this backcross (T1 seed) were analyzed by ELISA . •Typically, single insertion events with the highest concentration of HBsAg are selected for further breeding. •Figure 2 depicts the difference in antigen accumulation between the various constructs of putative single-insertion, HBsAg-accumulating seed.
  • 37. •An ideal oral vaccine would maintain antigen integrity at ambient temperatures over long periods of time. • In parenteral vaccine HBsAg reduced antibody titres in human populations when the injected vaccine is exposed to 45 ºC for 1 week, 37 ºC for 1 month or to ambient temperatures. • Cereal grains can stabilize proteins for several years at ambient temperatures. • HBsAg expressing maize grain was ground and exposed for 1 week or 1 month to a range of temperatures between 20 ºC and 80º C to span and exceed a normal ambient temperature range. • Mostly studies assessing protein stability in maize grain for other antigens were conducted using oil-extracted material by hexane treatment therefore, in this method they have used two different methods 1. Hexane treatment 2. Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE)
  • 40. •To begin to understand SFE and hexane treatment effects on protein stability, they sought to visualize the lipid removal efficiencies of both oil extraction methods. •Embryos were dissected from whole seeds, ground and imaged by CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY. •SFE treatment seemed to extract oil more efficiently than hexane treatment, as was evidenced by the paucity of lipid staining (red colour) in SFE samples. •Differential oil extractions were confirmed by mass balance analyses, which calculated 26% oil removal in SFE-treated samples and 24% oil removal in hexane-treated samples. •Higher efficiency of lipid extraction by SFE could potentially explain the greater temperature protective effect afforded the SFE-treated samples relative to the hexane-treated samples.
  • 45. • The objective of this work was to obtain transgenic tomato plants expressing the PfCP-2.9 protein. (a chimera of the antigens MSP1 and AMA1 of Plasmodium falciparum). • Summers tomato variety was used for the transformation experiment via Agrobacterium. •The Plasmodium gene of interest (PfCP-2.9=1036bp) was codon optimized and synthesized by GenScript for expression in tomato. • The PfCP-2.9 DNA was then cloned in the pPS1 plant transformation vector, and the plasmid was introduced in the Agrobacterium strain LBA 4404 through electroporation. • Agrobacterium colonies were obtained after the process of electroporation. After performing PCR, only one colony presented both genes of interest, PfCP-2.9 and nptII.
  • 46. •This colony was resuspended in liquid MS medium. • Seven day old tomato cotyledons were transferred to the Agrobacterium suspension containing acetosyringone and incubated at room temperature for 20 min. • The cotyledons were then blotted dry using sterile filter paper, transferred to solid MS medium without acetosyringone, and incubated in a dark growth chamber at 23ºC. • After co-cultivation for 72 hours, the explants were transferred to the MS selection medium followed by transfer to the same selection medium containing, for another eight weeks.
  • 47. • A total number of three transformed plants (plant 1, 2, and 3) with the PfCP-2.9 gene reached maturity and produced fruit. • Seven fruits were harvested from plant 1, 36 fruits from plant 2, and nine fruits from plant 3. •DNA was extracted from the ripe fruits of transformed (T0) plants. •The seeds harvested from the tomato transgenic plants were germinated, and the DNA was isolated from the cotyledons of each plant source by the CTAB method . • After DNA amplification using the PCR method, samples were analyzed by agarose gel electrophoresis.
  • 50. Gel showing the 1,036 bp cDNA synthesized from mRNA isolated from the first generation of tomato plants transformed with the PfCP-2.9 gene. Mihail et al.,2013
  • 54. Tomato plants transformed with the PfCP-2.9 gene express the malaria antigen gene in tomato fruit. The gene PfCP-2.9 is transferred to the next generation of tomato plants.
  • 56. • Edible vaccine holds a great potential . •It reduces the cost of transportation and refrigeration. •It neglect the needle and complicated way of vaccine administration. •For many disease the research in going on in many countries funded by their government or industry. •Significant challenges are still to be overcome before vaccine crop can become a reality. •There are some safety concerns which need to be overcome in near future…
  • 57. • In another concern, scientists need to be sure that vaccines meant to enhance immune responses do not backfire and suppress immunity instead. • The oral tolerance has shown that ingesting certain proteins can at times cause the body to shutdown its responses to those proteins. • To determine safe, effective doses and feeding schedules for edible vaccines. •A final issue worth studying is whether food vaccines ingested by mothers can indirectly vaccinate their babies.