Phibro Animal Health Corporation Announces a Significant Advance in the Development of a Vaccine Against African Swine Fever
Phibro’s R&D team and its collaborators made this identification through the use of a unique bioinformatics analysis tool in order to select for the highest potential epitopes and proteins capable of eliciting protective immune response.
Phibro’s approach is to create a specific epitope-based vaccine, rather than following the more conventional path of an attenuated live vaccine. If successful, this approach would not only be an effective response to ASF but would result in a vaccine that presents no risk of further spreading the disease.
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Source: Phibro Animal Health Corporation