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Current Severe Outbreaks of Foot and Mouth Disease Predicted by Replikins' BioRadar(TM) One Year in Advance (June 2009)
Date:7/16/2010

tice of virus outbreaks.

Further, two Replikins synthetic vaccines have been found by others to be effective against H5N1 influenza in chickens (TransFlu(TM)) (ref. 3) and against lethal Taura Syndrome virus in shrimp. These synthetic non-biological methods produce Replikins vaccines in 7 days rather than the six to eight months required by older biological methods. Regardless of which method of vaccine production is used, even using standard biological methods, one year of additional time to produce and test vaccines is now possible.

United Kingdom's UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) announced that BioRadar UK Ltd. has "one of the first reliable systems for accurately predicting the strain of future flu outbreaks together with the severity and duration." Subscriptions to the Replikins BioRadar Global Surveillance System(TM) are being received by BioRadar UK Ltd.

Contact: John McKenney, jMckenney@replikins.com, 617-536-0220

References:

1. Bogoch S. and Bogoch ES. Replikins: the chemistry of rapid replication. Begell House, N.Y. 2005. Library of Congress.  

2. Website: http://replikins.com, Replikins Press - 35 online reports, 2006-2010.

3. Jackwood, M. et al. Efficacy of a Replikin Peptide Vaccine Against Low Pathoge
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