|PAXVAX, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130273094||VACCINES AGAINST TOXOPLASMA GONDII - Vaccines are disclosed against parasites. The vaccines include peptides in an immunological composition. In particular, the parasite is||10-17-2013|
|20120308660||NANOCOATINGS FOR BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS - The present invention provides formulations comprising nanocoated biological materials (e.g., viral particles), methods for producing powders comprising nanocoated biological materials, and powders produced from such formulations and methods. Also provided are pharmaceutical compositions comprising the present formulations or dried powders, and vaccines comprising the present formulations or dried powders. The nanocoated biological materials typically display superior stability for either direct use in a formulation or in drying processes to produce a powder material, wherein the coated materials are typically more tolerant to environmental stress (e.g., chemical, thermal, and/or mechanical stress) during storage or drying processes.||12-06-2012|
|20120294889||Chimeric Flavivirus Vaccines - The invention provides chimeric flavivirus vectors encoding one or more structural proteins from a first flavivirus with a low level of replication in a cell, such as dengue virus and yellow fever virus, and a backbone from a second flavivirus with a high level of replication in the cell, such as the Rio Bravo virus or the Uganda S virus. The chimeric flaviviruses encoded by the chimeric flavivirus vectors of the invention can be used to vaccinate subjects to prevent infection from infectious flaviviruses, including dengue viruses and yellow fever viruses.||11-22-2012|
|20120219590||FORMULATIONS USEFUL FOR SPRAY DRYING VACCINES - The present invention is directed to formulations for spray-drying viral particles, methods for spray drying such compositions, and pharmaceutical compositions and vaccines comprising the present spray-dried powders. The present formulations advantageously provide for spray-drying viral particles at low temperatures, thereby producing spray-dried viral powders having viral infectivities comparable to those of powders prepared by lyophilization of comparable formulations. The methods and compositions described herein advantageously provide substantially higher throughput and production rates for the production of viral powders. Further, spray-dried viral powders incorporating enteric polymers can be produced at low temperatures.||08-30-2012|
|20110123564||ADENOVIRAL-BASED VECTORS - The present invention provides replication competent adenoviral vectors capable of expressing antigens from infectious pathogens, such as influenza virus. The adenoviral vectors can be used to vaccinate subjects against the infectious pathogens. The adenoviral vectors comprise heterologous sequences encoding the antigens. The heterologous sequences can be inserted into various locations in the adenoviral vectors, including in or near specific E3 deletions and/or integrated into the adenoviral hexon coding region. The adenoviral vectors can be derived from any adenoviral serotype, particularly an Ad4 or Ad7 serotype.||05-26-2011|
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