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Clancy; Robert
Newcastle, AU
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7858073 Oral killed vaccines and method for providing same December 28, 2010
There is described a method for selecting microbial isolates for use in oral killed vaccines against abnormal microbial colonization of mucosal surfaces by the microbes. The method comprises evaluating capacity of a plurality of different isolates of a microbe to activate antigen res
7655248 Compositions and methods for treatment of candidiasis February 2, 2010
The present invention relates to novel oral compositions and vaccines, and in particular to oral vaccines for the prevention or therapy of candidiasis.
6989278 Method of identifying therapeutic compounds for a treatment of hepatic disorders January 24, 2006
The present invention relates to methods of identifying potentially therapeutic compounds for the treatment of hepatic disorders, preferably alcohol-induced hepatitis. Further, use of mammals in such methods, therapeutic compounds identified using said methods and the use of a Chines

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