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Bacterial vaccines significantly reduce the spread of infectious diseases and protect many lives. However, there is still a great need for the development of new bacterial vaccines, particularly for diseases caused by pediatric enteric infections globally. The development of final dosage forms plays a critical role in maintaining the vaccine stability and potency, keeping in mind the challenges associated with global delivery and public distribution of enteric vaccines. In this chapter, different dosage forms of bacterial vaccines are summarized and evaluated, focusing particularly on oral enteric mucoadhesive vaccines.

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