DoD buys vaccines

by: Matthew Potter
October 22, 2008

Category: Contract Awards, Department of Defense, development program, logistics, medicine, S&T, Syntiron LLC | RSS 2.0

The Department of Defense plans to buy vaccine technology for protection against three bacterial infectious diseases. Syntiron LLC who through a sister company manufactures animal vaccines has been working with the Federal Government to develop and adapt this technology for human vaccines. The tree targeted diseases are anthrax, a variant of the plague and a highly mortal bacterial infection spread through water. The contract is worth almost $4 M and reflects the greater emphasis on protective measures against WMD.

See the press release at PharmaLive.com.

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