USDA Approves VaxLiant Adjuvants for Vaccines

Cindy Zimmerman

vaxliantUSDA has just approved six adjuvants from VaxLiant that can be added to vaccines to help improve the resulting immune response in cattle and swine.

“What this means is that companies can bring new vaccines to market using a shorter timeline, since we already have conducted the research needed to confirm safety for these ENABL adjuvants,” says Steve Schram, VaxLiant co-founder. “In essence, they’re ready for license development. Being able to bring vaccines to market more quickly is important to the health of pigs and cattle, and the low, 21-day withdrawal requirement is especially helpful when developing vaccines for practical use.”

USDA review of the submitted research resulted in approval of three ENABL formulations for swine vaccines and three for cattle vaccines. Because these adjuvants will be incorporated into vaccines that combat different diseases, having a variety of ready-to-use adjuvants allows companies to select the one that will bring out the best in their specific vaccine.

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Animal Health, Cattle, Pork, Swine, usda