A new study published in the journal “Microorganisms” shows that PGS’ live attenuated vaccine against Johne’s disease can induce a robust T cell immune response in a safe fashion and minimize fecal shedding when tested in cattle. This vaccine has been successfully tested in mice and goats previously. Abstract: Johne’s disease (JD) caused by Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (M.…

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University of Wisconsin (UW)–Madison houses an important lab where ongoing research led to an experimental animal vaccine to protect chickens from coronavirus. Upon the COVID-19 outbreak starting late last year, Adel Talaat, who runs a lab at the UW-Madison, recently leveraged the vaccine to advance a candidate for humans. Talaat commenced testing the vaccine on mice…

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PGS used a propriety mosaic sequence of multiples isolates of highly pathogenic isolates of Avian Influenza to develop a protective vaccine with almost sterilizing immunity that can benefit poultry flocks.  This vaccine targets both low and high pathogenicity isolates of Avian Influenza.  See the details in the following article: Effective mosaic-based nanovaccines against avian influenza…

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