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An´thrax vac´cine

1.(Veter.) A fluid vaccine obtained by growing a bacterium (Bacillus anthracis, formerly Bacterium anthracis) in beef broth. It is used to immunize animals, esp. cattle.
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Dr Kinywa said they lack stock of anthrax vaccines, among others, amid reports that the country had also run out of anthrax vaccines required in all the 47 counties.
This US FDA approval of Building 55 is the culmination of more than a decade of investment and collaboration by Emergent and the US government towards the ability to manufacture anthrax vaccines at large scale to protect the nation.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) led study demonstrates the potential of DepoVax as a universal enabler of single dose rPA-based anthrax vaccines.
In that document, the government of India provided guidance with respect to the management of biological disasters and stated that there is a need to have a supply of readily available anthrax vaccines to be administered rapidly in the event of an outbreak.
Bruce Ivins, 62, worked for the US Government biodefence labs on anthrax vaccines.
Rakesh Bhatnagar, chairman of the Centre for Biotechnology at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India, has researched plant-based anthrax vaccines, and has signed a commercial agreement to produce larger quantities of anthrax PA than BioPort while still using a fermentation system.
Keim and his colleagues determined that the cult had released a harmless anthrax strain called Sterne, which is used in both the United States and Japan for making anthrax vaccines.
The batch numbers of the anthrax vaccines have been checked and were found to have been supplied to the Centre for Applied Microbiological Research,' said the spokeswoman.
The contracts with the two companies developing anthrax vaccines total $22.
Eight years later, there's no facility at the arsenal and there's only a limited and questionable supply of anthrax vaccines to protect our military personnel or other Americans dealing with a chemical or biological attack.
Powderject Pharmaceuticals confirmed that it had resumed production of smallpox vaccine and stepped up levels of anthrax vaccines at its Evans Vaccines plant in Liverpool's Speke district.
Anthrax vaccines intended for animals should not be used in humans.