E-book: Characterizing Vaccines with the Light Scattering Toolkit

Biophysical characterization is an essential component in the development and commercialization of vaccines. This publication explains how light scattering is used to characterize vaccines. By measuring attributes such as size, shape, molar mass, particle concentration and parameters derived from these fundamental characteristics, light scattering aids in vaccine discovery, development and manufacture. Examples include sub-unit vaccines, polysaccharide conjugates, viruses, VLPs and lipid nanocarriers of RNA, as well as adjuvants.