Collaborations

Avianax has collaborated with many respected researchers across the nation.  We have highlighted a few below:

Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic

Dr. Gregory Poland has been an advisor to Avianax since the beginning. Additionally, Avianax has produced antibodies of interest in cancer research for Mayo Clinic.

Colorado State University
Colorado State University

Dr. Richard Bowen has completed multiple injection safety studies in rabbits and in-vitro efficacy studies of anti-Rabies IgY in hamsters.

Aldevron
Aldevron

We work closely with Aldevron on several projects to make polyclonal antibodies directly from DNA.

USAMRIID
USAMRIID

Dr Jay Hooper has done extensive research with our polyclonal IgY antibodies against various hemorrhagic fevers.

Kansas State University
Kansas State University

Dr. Kathleen Hanlon has worked with goose IgY in the research of Rabies therapeutics.

University of California
University of California

Dr. Eva Harris has performed both in-vitro and in-vivo tests showing goose IgY did not induce antibody dependent enhancement in Dengue Fever Type 2.

University of North Dakota
University of North Dakota

Dr. David Bradley has been a scientific advisor since the beginning. His laboratory at the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences has done extensive research on the properties of goose derived IgY.

TESTIMONIALS

“The titers in the long range boost geese are the HIGHEST WE HAVE EVER SEEN.”

Dr Jay W. Hooper, Chief, Molecular Virology Branch, USAMRIID


“Goose therapeutic antibodies have shown tremendous potential to eliminate a number of viral pathogens in both animal models and culture.  The antibody titer (number of antibodies) as well as the neutralizing potential of those antibodies produced by geese have consistently been very high, in most cases significantly higher than the equivalent therapeutic antibodies produced in horses, mice, and even humans.”
Dr David S. Bradley, Executive Director, Center of Research Excellence for Avian Therapeutics for Infectious Diseases, UND School of Medicine