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COVID-19 Vaccines - Current State and Perspectives

Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov

Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan

A leading biotechnologist, coordinating biotechnology science including COVID-19 vaccine development, laboratory studies, and clinical trials and production in Uzbekistan. Prof. Abdurakhmonov founded (2012) the Center of Genomics and Bioinformatics of Uzbekistan. He received a BS in Biotechnology from the National University, an MS in Plant Breeding from Texas A&M University, USA, a Ph.D. in Molecular Genetics, a Doctor of Science in Genetics, and a full professorship in Molecular Genetics.

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Full Genome Sequencing Mutations and Genetic Variations Whole-Virus Inactivated and Live-Attenuated Recombinant Protein-Based WHO-Protocols Preclinical and Clinical Trials New Strain Protection Availability and Usage Side Effects Novel Designs Country Experiences Booster-Dose Injection

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The sudden global spread of novel coronavirus strains infecting humans late in 2019 has become a global threat for humanity and started a new era of COVID-19 pandemics with unprecedented socio-economic challenges and social crisis due to long-term and periodic multiple lock-downs globally. The situation has been even more dangerous and risky in the background of limited knowledge in understanding of the virus, its infection and variability capacity as well as lack of drugs and protocols of treatment. One of the key solutions that the world aimed from the beginning of COVID-19 pandemics has been a hope for rapid development of COVID-19 vaccines in order to overcome the global spread of virus infection via forming herd immunity. Thanks to the scientific efforts of world research communities, within a short time and with a fast-track project approach, several novel COVID-19 vaccines have been developed and made available for massive vaccination worldwide. However, humanity still is in midst of these pandemics and there is a need for better knowledge, understanding, technology, and innovative solutions to battle against this virus and its novel variants. Therefore, this “COVID-19 vaccines–current state and perspectives” book volume aims to compile views and analysis of international scientific communities on the understanding of virus biology and genome helping to develop current and future vaccines, advantages and disadvantages as well as their protection capacity of different vaccine technologies, requirements for approval and massive use in the light of gained experiences of currently developed, approved and massively used COVID-19 vaccines.

This book will intend to provide the reader with a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art in COVID-19 vaccines with the future perspectives and novel directions to develop novel vaccine technologies or innovative application protocols that effectively protect from reinfection with potentially new coronavirus variants.
 

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Date completed: March 17th 2022

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Review results due: October 11th 2022

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Expected publication date: December 10th 2022

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Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov

Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan

Ibrokhim Y. Abdurakhmonov received his B.S. (1997) in biotechnology from the National University, M.S. in plant breeding (2001) from Texas A&M University of USA, Ph.D. (2002) in molecular genetics, Doctor of Science (2009) in genetics, and full professorship (2011) in molecular genetics and molecular biotechnology from Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan. He founded (2012) the Center of Genomics and Bioinformatics of Uzbekistan. He received the 2010 TWAS prize, and “ICAC Cotton Researcher of the Year 2013” for his outstanding contribution to cotton genomics and biotechnology. He was elected as The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) Fellow (2014) and as a member (2017) of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan. He was appointed (2017) as a Minister of Innovative Development of Uzbekistan.

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