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Inventor:
Mulks; Martha H.
Address:
Williamston, MI
No. of patents:
8
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6656477 43 Kd protein vaccine and method for the production thereof December 2, 2003
A protein derivable from Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) having a molecular size ranging between 43 Kd on SDS PAGE is described. The protein is soluble on sodium lauryl sarcosinate (SLS) and not heat modifiable. The protein can also be derived by recombinant methods. The protein in
6410021 Vaccines of pasteurellaceae mutants and vaccination method June 25, 2002
A live vaccine of recombinant mutants of a member of the family Pasteurellaceae lacking a rib gene necessary for production of riboflavin as well as a method of vaccination therewith is described. The vaccine is effective against members of the family Pasteurellaceae.
6022728 Method for producing a bacterial vaccine and novel vaccines produced thereby February 8, 2000
A new method for the preparation of a whole cell bacterial vaccine for improved protection against bacterial pathogens, particularly against those pathogens which have multiple antigenic serotypes is described. The method particularly involves disruption of the whole cells using a French
5925354 Riboflavin mutants as vaccines against Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae July 20, 1999
Described is a vaccine against Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) comprising genetically defined biochemically attenuated mutant of APP that requires riboflavin and is attenuated in vivo.
5911996 43 Kd protein vaccine and method for the production thereof June 15, 1999
A protein derivable from Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) having a molecular size ranging between 43 Kd on SDS PAGE is described. The protein is soluble on sodium lauryl sarcosinate (SLS) and not heat modifiable. The protein can also be derived by recombinant methods. The protein in
5879952 43 Kd protein vaccine and method for the production thereof March 9, 1999
A protein derivable from Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) having a molecular size ranging between 43 Kd on SDS PAGE is described. The protein is soluble on sodium lauryl sarcosinate (SLS) and not heat modifiable. The protein can also be derived by recombinant methods. The protein in
5688682 Method for producing a bacterial vaccine and novel vaccines produced thereby November 18, 1997
A new method for the preparation of a whole cell bacterial vaccine for improved protection against bacterial pathogens, particularly against those pathogens which have multiple antigenic serotypes is described. The method particularly involves selective sonication of the whole cells of
5543304 43 Kd protein vaccine and method for the production thereof August 6, 1996
A protein derivable from Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (APP) having a molecular size ranging between 43 Kd on SDS PAGE is described. The protein is soluble on sodium lauryl sarcosinate (SLS) and not heat modifiable. The protein can also be derived by recombinant methods. The protein in










 
 
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