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The New England Journal of Medicine Publishes Study Investigating the Safety and Efficacy of Baxter's Cell-Based Pandemic, Avian Flu Vaccine

... induced the highest rates of subjects with a titer (antibody concentration in the blood) more ... demonstrating a more than four-fold increase in titer after immunization, the highest responses were ... and 78.0 percent, respectively, with neutralizing titer more than 1:20). The responses against the clade ...

Quigley Announces Successful Poultry Study of Chickens With Infectious Bronchitis; Plans to Approach the Poultry Industry for Potential Commercialization

... non-toxic concentrations were shown to cause 100fold reductions in IBV titer with no noticeable adverse effects on embryo developing chicks. -- ... has been determined that provides a significant log reduction in viral titer in the trachea of 2 week old SPF chickens treated with QR448(a) 2 ...

Merz Pharmaceuticals Announce Three Studies of NT-201 - (Botulinum neurotoxin type A Free From Complexing Proteins)

... from 56.3% to 85.3%). During the 1-year trial period, adverse events were observed in 56.6% of patients. None of the patients had positive antibody titer tested in the mouse diaphragm assay. About Merz Merz (KGAa) is known worldwide for its development of original compounds and formulations ...

Novavax Presents Favorable Results from Phase I/IIa Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Program at World Health Organization Conference

... against drifted (i.e., mutated) strains. Addressing the Gaps in the System "These data, coupled with the strong neutralizing antibody titer data from this study disclosed last year, demonstrate that the Novavax recombinant VLP vaccine is a valid and potent approach against pandemic ...

Novavax Announces Top Line Results of Phase IIa Clinical Trial for Its Seasonal Influenza VLP (Trivalent) Vaccine Candidate

... H3N2, 83 to 94% for H1N1, and 73 to 79% for B. Seroconversion rates (i.e., percentage of subjects with greater than or equal to 4 fold rise in HAI titer from baseline) ranged from 90 to 100% for H3N2, 69 to 78% for H1N1, and 42 to 56% for B among subjects who did not have antibodies to these strains ...

Alba Therapeutics Presents New Data for Larazotide Acetate at the 2008 American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting

... changes were completely prevented in the group on larazotide acetate. -- There was a small, not statistically significant increase in the anti-tTG titer in the placebo (control) group, which was prevented in the group on larazotide acetate. -- Other trends in specific monocyte populations induced by ...

Novavax Announces Preclinical Results for Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Program

... the VLPs were given in a monovalent formulation. Three different dosages of the trivalent vaccine were given; the anti-hemagglutinin (HI) antibody titer increased with dosage and protective levels of HI antibody titers were observed against each subtype at a dose of 3 g of hemagglutinin. This ...

New England Journal of Medicine Publishes New Data on Gardasil, Merck's Cervical Cancer Vaccine

... Geometric Mean titer Geometric Mean Titer n*** ... 160 days Postdose 2. Note: GMT = Geometric mean titer in mMU/mL (mMU = milli-Merck ... GMT = Geometric mean titer in mMU/mL (mMU = milli-Merck ...

Data Published in The Lancet Show Gardasil was 100 Percent Effective in Preventing High-Grade Vulvar and Vaginal Lesions Caused by HPV Types 16 and 18

... Geometric Mean titer Geometric Mean Titer n*** ... 160 days Postdose 2. Note: GMT = Geometric mean titer in mMU/mL (mMU = milli-Merck ... GMT = Geometric mean titer in mMU/mL (mMU = milli-Merck ...

AVI BioPharma Reports Positive Pre-Clinical Influenza Data

... (weight loss) and increased survival compared to control treated and untreated mice. In addition, PMO-treated mice showed significantly reduced viral titer (to below limit of detection) in comparison to untreated mice. Histological examination of the lungs showed that treated mice had reduced pathology ...

HepaLife Announces Scientific Presentation of PBS-1 Cell Line at International Influenza Meeting

... vaccine production at the "Options for the Control of Influenza VI Conference," to be held June 17-23, 2007, in Toronto, Canada. Entitled "High titer growth of human and avian influenza viruses in an immortalized chick embryo cell line without the need for exogenous proteases," and presented by ....

HepaLife's PBS-1 Cells for Influenza Vaccine Production Prove Superior at International Conference

... blind influenza virus received from human respiratory samples were successfully identified as type-A influenza using PBS-1 cells. Entitled "High titer growth of human and avian influenza viruses in an immortalized chick embryo cell line without the need for exogenous proteases," this new data was ...
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