Mark Cook, a tenured animal sciences professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, had seen his patents get licensed out to several businesses, only to sit on the shelves.
Hed been working since the mid 1980s on biotechnology that was was not being promoted by any of the businesses to which it had been licensed through the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.Full article >>>
dd the powder to their livestocks feed, enhancing the animals appetites and growth.
The start-up has contracted with a large, integrated laying company, S&R Farms of Whitewater, Wisconsin. The farm is the largest in Wisconsin, with about 1.5 million layer hens. After S&R produces the eggs, OvaTech will use another Wisconsin company that enhances the antibodies in the egg product, and then......Full article >>>
ers such as McDonalds and Burger King have begun to refuse meat that contains them.
OvaTech is in a unique position ... in that it is has exclusive worldwide rights to its patented antibody technology, Kirschner said. There are other non-antibody growth and feed efficiency products in the marketplace but they are generally less effective or less cost-effective.
The antibody aPLA2......Full article >>>
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