Vaccines

Louis Pasteur devised the first vaccines for humans, an anti-rabies vaccine, saving millions of lives by prevention of disease. He also developed vaccines for animal health, helping the industry get off the ground. Nowadays, companies have access to many discoveries made at the Institut Pasteur. Several have resulted in major products that contributed to improve human health, such as the Hepatitis B vaccine.

 

Invention Disclosure

Inventor

Title

01-40, 10-41

F. Tangy

Use of measles virus to produce recombinant or chimeric replicative vaccines

07-36

M.L. Michel

Therapeutic vaccine against HBV-infected hepatocytes

09-38

C. Leclerc

Versatile delivery system for antigens or biologically active molecules

05.49

S. Bay

MUC6-Tn glycoconjugates mimicking cancer cells: applications to anti-tumor immunotherapy

02.91

A. Martin

Infectious chimeric GB virus B containing the core domain III of the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) IRES that is infectious and causes hepatitis in tamarins: a new animal model for HCV studies

10-26

F. Rey

Identification of independant folder domains of the alphavirus glycoprotein E2 antigenic determinants of the virus, and generation of constructs for their recombinant production as potent immunogens

10-28

T. Couderc

Isolation of neutralizing monoclonal antibodies against the Chikungunya virus

12-08

E. Carniel

Vaccine against Yersinia pestis

12-33

T. Krey

Broadly neutralizing anti-HCV E2 llama antibody and its derivatives

12-17

C. Leclerc

A highly attenuated Mycobacterium tuberculosis EXX-5 PE-1 PPE deletion mutant confers potent protective immunity against tuberculosis

 

Updated on 14/02/2014

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Contact & address


Laure Tribout 

Research Applications and Industrial Partnerships Department

Institut Pasteur

28 rue du Docteur Roux

75724 Paris Cedex 15 – France

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