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Different Species – Different Routes – Different Vaccines

Each animal species is different, as are its feeding habits, its environments, and its microbiome. Understanding an animal's digestive tract is essential in delivering vaccines to the right place in the animal's intestines.

Field Mouse

  • Diverse genetic background
  • Can carry multiple pathogens
  • Outdoors
  • Large numbers
  • Multiple environments
  • Uncontrolled eating habits
  • Single-stomach digestive tract


  • Mixed-breed or pure-breed
  • Indoor or outdoors
  • Multiple sizes / breeds
  • Large numbers
  • Controlled or uncontrolled eating habits
  • Strong preferences for certain foods
  • Single-stomach digestive tract


  • Controlled breeding
  • Food animal
  • Multiple stocks and lifespans (breeder, broiler, layer)
  • Large numbers
  • Special feed / water requirements (focus on nutrition)
  • Single stomach with crop digestive tract


  • Controlled breeding
  • Multiple breeds / sizes
  • Food animal (meat and milk)
  • Long lifespan
  • Special feed / water requirements (focus on nutrition)
  • Multi-stomached digestive tract
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Substrate Component Features

  • Integration of species-specific substrates that allows integration of multiple vaccines, therapeutics, and additives, each of which may be incorporated as an amalgam or as a spray-on.
  • Targeted gut placement that maintains in harsh GI environments.
  • Coarse textures, providing mechanical stimulation of the animal’s innate immune system.
  • Kibble, chewables; effervescent tablets, and powders.

Bacterial Expression Vehicle Component

  • Vehicle inactivation (non-GMO, thermostability).
  • Recombinant antigen expression system (AVOIDS use of infectious agents).
  • Molecular adjuvantization (cost reduction / no chemical complications).
  • Microbiome friendly
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Chemical Encapsulation Component

  • Targeted gut placement.
  • High-throughput, low-cost, and resistant to heat.
  • Thermostability



Manufacturing Features

  • No lyophilization.
  • Low-cost capital equipment build / compact design.
  • Non-centralized manufacturing.
  • Modular equipment design.
  • High throughput with maintained batch consistency.



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