This study shows that DepoVax is compatible with multiple sources of rPA and can enable a single dose rapid response anthrax vaccine
In 1998, Michael Kipling, a Canadian Air Force officer, refused to take the mandatory anthrax vaccine
after feeling that he had become ill from a vaccination during the Gulf War.
Washington, Sept 5 (ANI): Scientists from Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have discovered two small protein fragments that could lead to improved anthrax vaccine
with less side effects.
7 million, to fund the further development of AV7909, a next generation anthrax vaccine
candidate within Emergent's portfolio of anthrax countermeasures.
However, in December 2006, HHS terminated the contract for a recombinant protective antigen (rPA) anthrax vaccine
because VaxGen failed to meet a critical contractual milestone.
The new Anthrax Vaccine
Immunization Program allows voluntary vaccinations for people who have received one or more previous anthrax shots and want to continue the series.
The Department of Health and Human Services is buying 5 million additional doses of Anthrax Vaccine
Adsorbed from the BioPort Corp.
Now, almost five years later, we learn this from Justin Gillis of The Washington Post: "The government's $1 billion effort to develop a new anthrax vaccine
has run into difficulty, with the company in charge [VaxGen Inc.
Billingham-based bioscience firm Avecia Biotechnology has been awarded a multi-million pound grant to develop a "transportable" version of the anthrax vaccine
Now researchers at the University of Central Florida are helping to prepare for the possibility of anthrax attacks by developing a new technique that can quickly produce hundreds of millions of doses of a potentially safer anthrax vaccine
recently announced that the FDA has issued a Final Order confirming that the company's anthrax vaccine
, BioThrax[R], is safe and effective for immunization against anthrax infection, regardless of the route of exposure.
A SAFE and cheap anthrax vaccine
could be grown to inoculate every person in the United States, according to a recent study from the University of Central Florida.