This CARB-X award will help us complete the preclinical studies and the Phase I clinical trial for IBT-V02, the first entirely toxoid-based multivalent vaccine
for prevention of infections with Staphylococcus aureus," said Dr.
I think we have to aim for a multivalent vaccine
Monovalent vaccine in literary term means the vaccine against one pathogen while bivalent or multivalent vaccine
means the vaccine against two or more than two pathogens.
Under the terms of the agreement, the company will advance its second product candidate towards an IND by funding the generation of multiple rhinovirus serotypes and the development of innovative analytical tests to identify and quantify each serotype in the multivalent vaccine
More recently, Baxter Bioscience developed a second-generation multivalent vaccine
against LB with a purpose of global application.
Capripoxviruses mentioned in this review have been shown to be effective vaccine vectors for use against several pathogens of human and animal origin with dual or multivalent vaccine
An affordable, multivalent vaccine
, developed for use in the meningitis belt is needed in this disproportionately affected region to protect against epidemic meningitis.
But this is a significant first step in the design of a multivalent vaccine
against several autism-related gut bacteria," he said.
Heterogeneity of community based pediatric GAS isolates from India: Challenges to the multivalent vaccine
The results of this study indicate that the NDV (B1) and IBV (ARK) vaccines and a multivalent vaccine
constituted by NDV (B1) and IBV (ARK and MASS) did not interfere with the protection induced by the CEO ILTV vaccine.
Modified vaccinia Ankara-Bavarian Nordic, or MVA-BN, is a multivalent vaccine
vector for the development of vaccines against infectious diseases and cancer.
G and N genes of different rabies virus strains, or multiple plasmids encoding single expressible genes combined in a 'plasmid vaccine cocktail', provide a multivalent vaccine
approach for simultaneous induction of immunity to more than 'one viral pathogen' (81), (82).