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Presentation: Live attenuated influenza vaccine and its clinical development in China

At the last Influenza Summit, part of World Vaccine Congress Asia, Prof.Dr. Xu Fei of Changchun BCHT Biotechnology Co. gave the following presentation entitled: Live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV) and its clinical development in China. Some points discussed during the presentation include: BCHT overview LAIV introduction Review of Clinical Data Development of clinical trial strategy in China Download the presentation …

Presentation: Preventing zoonotic influenza Infection through continued surveillance of swine and Avian influenza virus

  At the last Influenza Summit Asia, part of World Vaccine Congress Asia 2013, Cissy B. Kartasasmita of Indonesian Influenza Foundation gave the following presentation entitled: Preventing zoonotic influenza Infection through continued surveillance of swine and Avian influenza virus. Download this presentation today! Some of the points covered during the presentation include: Influenza control and surveillance in Indonesia Avian influenza …

New Products Push Influenza Vaccine Market Above $3billion

A new report out from Kalorama Information estimates that influenza vaccines sales rose by 13% to $3.1 billion in 2013. This figure brings the influenza vaccines market up from $2.8 billion in 2012, and back to the sort of levels we saw before the government’s stockpiling 2010 -as a result of this stockpiling, and perhaps over purchasing, the market dropped …

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Download presentation: Is a one size fits all influenza vaccine conceivable and practicable?

At the last World Vaccine Congress Asia in 2013, Nikolai Petrovsky, Research Director of Vaxine Pty Ltd gave the following presentation entitled: Is a one size fits all influenza vaccine conceivable and practicable? Download this presentation today! Some of the topics discussed during this presentation include: Previous influenza pandemics The use of animals in influenza vaccine assessment Comparison of the toxicity of …

Researchers Discover Protein that Could Minimize the Impact of Flu Pandemics

SOCS4 protein shown to minimize the immune systems’ overreaction to the flu. Could this knowledge minimise the impact of flu pandemics? Researchers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical research, Melbourne, have discovered a protein that regulates the production of cytokines. Cytokines are signalling cells, and play an important role in the body’s response to infection or trauma. …

Wikipedia Could Replace Google Flu Trends

After the fall of Google Flu Trends, researchers suggest Wikipedia could take it’s place Nature recently reported on research from the Massachusites Institute of Technolohgy (MIT) that Google’s tool for predicting the number of flu cases, Google Flu Trends, was consistently over estimating the number of cases. This was put down to changes to the google search algorithym, and the …

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Requirements for flu virus stock for human administration in clinical trials

Jeff Ryel, RN – SGS Life Science Services joined us last year at the World Vaccine Congress Europe to present on ‘Requirements for flu virus stock for human administration in clinical trials’ Download this presentation now to find out more about: GMP production regulatory requirements Lab quality and safety testing requirements Clinical validation requirements Clinical Case Study …And much more! …

Tamiflu: a waste of £500 million?

Annual vaccination is the best strategy to prevent influenza. However, as the vaccine industry continues to work towards developing a Universal Flu Vaccine, it is important to consider the available treatment options and subsequently to make sure that the public is kept up-to-date with the options available to them. Last week, the UK media was alight with claims that the government …