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Erste Hundewelpen werden in einzigartiger Studie zur Allergieprävention behandelt
Date:6/12/2013

STOCKHOLM, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Anfang Juni wurden die ersten Welpen einer Staffordshire-Bullterrier-Hündin in Premunes Feldversuch erfolgreich behandelt. Die Tiere werden nun in regelmäßigen Besuchen von Skandinaviens führenden Allergieexperten für Hunde weiter verfolgt werden. Erste Anzeichen für die präventive Wirkung gegen Allergien werden innerhalb von 12 bis 18 Monaten nach Studienbeginn erwartet.

Die Studie soll feststellen, ob sich mit Premunes Technologie das Allergierisiko reduzieren lässt und stieß bei Züchtern auf großes Interesse und eine rege Teilnahmebereitschaft. Die in Zusammenarbeit mit der Agria Haustierversicherung, dem Kennel Klub Schweden, der Schwedischen Universität für Agrarwissenschaften sowie Royal Canin durchgeführte Studie ist so realistisch wie möglich angelegt. Die Hundewelpen werden bei den Züchtern mit oral verabreichten Tropfen behandelt. Mit der Studie werden danach die regelmäßigen Impfbesuche verfolgt, die von führenden Tierärzten durchgeführte klinische Allergietests einschließt.

In den letzten Jahren haben sich Allergien rasch zu einer der häufigsten Hundekrankheiten entwickelt. Statistiken von Agria zeigen, dass einer von zehn Hunden ungeachtet der Hunderasse unter Allergien leidet. Um die Krankheit zu lindern, ist eine lebenslange Behandlung nötig, welche die Lebensqualität verringert und dem Besitzer hohe Kosten verursacht.

Premune entwickelt die erste präventive Allergiebehandlung für Hunde überhaupt. Die Behandlung basiert auf einem natürlich auftretenden bakteriellen Protein, das die einzigartige Fähigkeit besitzt, das unentwickelte Immunsystem zu aktivieren. Das Forschungsteam hinter Premune geht davon aus, dass dieser Effe
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