The Effect of Replacing Imported Material with Domestic Material in Economic Growth and Development of Vaccine Industry and Reinforcing it in The Time of Sanctions with an Emphasis on Resistive Economy

Document Type : Original Article


1 Department of Microbiology, Islamic Azad University, Pharmaceutical Science, Tehran, Iran.

2 Department of Research and Development, Razi Vaccine and Serum Research Institute Karaj, Iran.

3 Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research, Tehran, Iran.


Today, economy is one of the important components of every country. Special attention to economy is one of the important policies of the Islamic system in order to create tolerance and resistance and confrontation against the enemy’s pressures. Diseases and their treatments create numerous economic problems for individuals and states throughout the world. Therefore, the most important goals of each state in public health is to reduce costs using prevention methods. Vaccination is one of the most effective strategies in order to prevent many infectious diseases. With the growth of the vaccine industry and due to the import of some of the materials used in vaccines, the existence of sanctions and the exchange rate, their import has been faced with significant problems and costs. Therefore, the aim of the present study is to examine replacing the imported materials with domestic materials in the sanction era with an emphasis on resistive economy. By comparing the immunogenicity of the vaccine with aluminum hydroxide and oil adjuvant Montanide ISA 70 in poultry and using the SPSSTM software program, it is concluded that Montanide ISA 70 can be replaced with aluminum hydroxide. It was showed in this study that replacing montanide ISA 70 (imported material) with aluminum hydroxide in poultry vaccines reduces the costs of vaccine production significantly and prevents dependence on foreign countries.


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