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The process of developing a new type of vaccine involves a number of steps, which can be divided into pre-clinical, clinical, and post-approval stages.

Pre-clinical stage

This stage involves research and testing in the laboratory and animal models to assess the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. This usually involves testing the vaccine on a variety of cell cultures and animal models, such as mice and primates, in order to evaluate its safety, immunogenicity, and effectiveness. In addition, the vaccine must be tested for its stability and shelf life.

Clinical stage

This stage involves testing the vaccine in human volunteers. This usually involves a series of clinical trials, which are designed to evaluate the safety, immunogenicity, and effectiveness of the vaccine in humans. These trials usually involve a small number of volunteers, who are monitored closely for any adverse reactions.

Post-approval stage

Once the vaccine has been approved by regulatory authorities, it can be released for use in the general population. This stage involves monitoring the vaccine for any adverse reactions and ensuring that it is being used correctly. In addition, the vaccine may be tested on a larger population to assess its long-term safety and effectiveness.

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