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Date:4/25/2008

Inactivated Rabies Vaccine for Animals to be Produced in Changzhou Hi-Tech

District, China

CHANGZHOU, China, April 25 /Xinhua-PRNewswire/ -- A project for producing inactivated rabies animal vaccines was recently launched in Changzhou National High-tech District, east China's Jiangsu Province. This is a new product developed by a team of leading overseas scientists. It is reported that it is the first time for China will produce this kind of high-tech inactivated vaccine. This vaccine is expected to replace less effective attenuated rabies living vaccines manufactured in China as well as the more expensive imported products.

In this project, major products of a newly-founded company, Changzhou Tongtai Biopharmaceutical Co., Ltd., will be produced. The technological team is under the leadership of Fu Zhenfang, professor of the veterinary institute of Georgia University, U.S. and a talented scientific and technological professional, who was introduced to Changzhou in 2007. With a total investment of USD 10 million, the production and sales value are expected to reach 200 million. In the first phase, a production base and research center for biological products for animal use will be built, focusing on the inactivated rabies vaccine. If production and sales targets for the first phase are fulfilled, a production base for the bird flu vaccine and FMD vaccine (Foot-and-Mouth Disease) will be constructed.

Rabies is a contagious disease, which can be prevented but cannot be cured, threatening the life of both humans and animals. The death rate is almost 100%. About 55000 lives are taken by this disease in Asia and Africa each year. China has a high occurrence area of rabies. According to statistics, from 2003 to 2005, the number of deaths caused by rabies in China is over 2500 on average, which is the highest in terms of number and rate of death of all infectious diseases. Rabies in China mainly infects dogs and cats
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