Previously FarmPharma AB signed a collaboration agreement with Federal Scientific Centre – All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Veterinary Medicine named after K. I. Skryabin and Y. R. Kovalenko of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Федеральный научный центр – Всероссийский научно-исследовательский институт экспериментальной ветеринарии им. К. И. Скрябина и Я. Р. Коваленко Российской академии наук” (ФГБНУ ФНЦ ВИЭВ РАН)). Today FarmPharma reports that the activity of bovine interferons produced by FarmPharma in partnership with Karolinska Institute is now tested at the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Veterinary Medicine.
“We are very glad to start the testing in accordance with our plans. The completion of this phase will allow us to select the best candidates among purified interferons for our product InterferOx – comments Irina Zaitseva, CEO of FarmPharma, – This is an important step in the in vitro development of InterferOx that will lead to the finalisation of the lead candidate formulation.”
More about All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Veterinary Medicine:
The institute conducts fundamental research in the field of virology, microbiology and biotechnology and is also engaged in the development of new generation biological products, technologies and methods for their application to combat especially dangerous infectious and parasitic diseases of animals.
More about the collaboration agreement:
Link to our previous post
More about FarmPharma:
FarmPharma AB operates in the development and distribution of veterinary products, and their first product is for prevention and treatment of bacterial and viral infections in cattle without the use of antibiotics. For more info please contact Irina Zaitseva, the company’s CEO.