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In the history of vaccine development, the synthetic vaccine is a milestone that is in stark contrast with traditional vaccines based on live-attenuated or inactivated microorganisms. Synthetic Cited by: Vaccines, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Professor of Family and Geriatric Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bioengineering, Epidemiology and Population Health, Health Promotions and Behavioral Sciences, University of Louisville School of Medicine, East Broadway, Louisville, KY , USA. components, synthetic antigens, polynucleotides (such as the plasmid DNA vaccines), living vectored cells expressing specific heterologous immunogens, or cells pulsed with immunogen. It may also. A multidisciplinary scientific team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has made significant advances in developing a vaccine for chlamydia using synthetic biology, sponsored by a two-year National Institutes of Health detail their work in a recent paper published in the Journal of Biochemistry (JBC): "Cell-Free Production of a Functional Oligomeric Form of a Chlamydia Major.