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BioNet proprietary genetically-engineered non-toxic Pertussis Toxin induces a higher level of neutralizing antibody than conventional vaccines, and thus it could enhance a better protective immunity against pertussis which currently wanes rapidly with some acellular pertussis vaccines.
Increased awareness of SYN-005's novel mAbs combination designed to target and neutralize pertussis toxin were the topic of an oral presentation at ICAAC.
WASHINGTON -- Immunizing expectant mothers with the Tdap vaccine booster shot resulted in higher cord serum levels of pertussis toxin antibodies, according to a study from Argentina.
i] signals in [alpha]-cells, we used pertussis toxin (PTX), an inhibitor of G[[alpha].
Upon infection, B pertussis attaches to the ciliated epithelium of the upper respiratory tract, where the bacteria grow and produce a variety of virulence factors, such as adenylate cyclase, tracheal cytotoxin, and pertussis toxin.
A pertussis toxin (PTX)-sensitive G-protein ([sim]45kD) was detected in both thoracic ganglia and Y-organs.
Synthetic Biologics is developing SYN-005 through its Exclusive Channel Collaboration with Intrexon Corporation (NYSE: XON) and academic researchers at The University of Texas at Austin to target and neutralize the pertussis toxin in order to reduce morbidity and mortality in infected infants.
Although ACV formulations differ in the number of component pertussis antigens, the vaccine used in Australia contains pertussis toxin (Ptx), pertactin (Prn), and filamentous hemagglutinin (Fha).