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I think some of the bulleted lists in the article require citations in certain places. For example, under "Types - Experimental" there is no source verifying the statements made about DNA vaccines, particularly that experimental work has been done as of 2015 but not for human use. Similarly under "Effectiveness" there exists a list of factors affecting vaccine efficacy with citations for only two of the five claims being made.
There are also recent developments underway commercially for new forms of vaccines that are unmentioned here. One of which that comes to mind is the work being done on encapsulated vaccines or encapsulated surface antigens for the body to detect similar to traditional vaccines.