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Alex Herman said: “Up until now, we have been using public barriers at certain habitats to ensure social distancing, along with enhanced PPE worn by staff to protect our susceptible species from COVID-19. We’re happy and relieved to now be able to better protect our animals with this vaccine, and are very thankful to Zoetis for not only creating it, but for donating it to us and dozens of other AZA-accredited zoos across the U.S.,” External link

4-traders Friday, July 2, 2021 2:35:00 PM CEST

Mahesh Kumar said: “When the first dog was infected with COVID-19 in Hong Kong last year, we immediately began to work on a vaccine that could be used in domestic animals, and in eight months we completed our initial safety studies, which we presented at the World One Health Congress last year. While thankfully a COVID-19 vaccine is not needed in pets or livestock at this time, we are proud that our work can help zoo animals at risk of COVID-19,” External link

4-traders Friday, July 2, 2021 2:35:00 PM CEST

Mark Emalfarb stated: "We continued to advance our science as well as make progress in a number of our animal and human health initiatives and third party R&D collaborations during the first quarter," External link

streetinsider Thursday, May 13, 2021 10:03:00 PM CEST

Mark Emalfarb concluded: "The transformative potential of our C1 technology platform goes well beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, and in parallel to our COVID-19 initiatives, we remain focused on and are advancing C1 for several other human and animal health applications. During the first quarter, we entered four new funded collaborations with pharmaceutical and biotech companies, including our fully funded collaboration with TurtleTree Scientific to develop human growth factors. Importantly, as we continue to add new partners like TurtleTree, we are expanding the number of commercial opportunities for our C1 platform to address challenges in animal and human health globally. With such clear advantages for cost-effective and flexible scale commercial production, we believe, as do a growing number of partners, key opinion leaders and subject matter experts, that our C1 protein production platform presents a solution for more affordable and accessible therapeutics and vaccines worldwide," External link

streetinsider Thursday, May 13, 2021 10:03:00 PM CEST

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