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The Sage Group Widens Strategic Role to Assist HemispherX Biopharma in Pandemic Influenza Initiatives as Pacific Rim/Japan Treatment/Prevention Programs Accelerate

...ion to the strategic partnering efforts related to ampligen (an experimental immunotherapeutic) for Chronic Fa...ional Institute of Infectious Diseases) which uses ampligen along with a vaccine to prevent avian flu as recen...ar reflection of the perceived importance of their ampligen technology in a broad range of immunological appli...

Rockefeller University's Center for Clinical and Translational Science funds pilot studies

...oposals submitted in the fall. The recipients are: Marina Caskey, an instructor in clinical investigation, to compare the efficacy of poly IC and ampligen as adjuvants for an HIV vaccine targeted at DEC-205, an antigen receptor on dendritic cells. Delivette Castor, instructor in clinical investigatio...
Ampligen in Medical Technology

Hemispherx Presents Evidence of Ampligen Synergies with Existing Antivirals at International Avian Influenza Conference

PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 4, 2007 - Hemispherx Biopharma, Inc. (AMEX: HEB), a biopharmaceutical company engaged in the clinical development of new drug entities for the treatment of pandemic disease threats, announced today a new scientific report on the activity of its experimental therapeutic A...

New Report Illuminates Ampligen's Unique Mechanism of Action

...rseille-Luminy), to determine if TLR-3 is essential for the activities of dsRNAs for the induction of innate immunity. Unlike the toxic Poly I:Poly C, ampligen is directed towards the activation of TLR-3 in the induction of innate immune responses. The closely allied compound, Poly I : Poly C, has been used...
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