On the way towards a genetic vaccine against Lyme disease in dogs

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Ticks can transmit diseases which, if not treated in time, threaten to the health of our four-legged friends. Vitares collaborates with the Evvivax company to create a veterinary vaccine against Lyme disease and the potential opportunistic co-infections that affect the already debilitated dogs.

Opossum, from models for biomedical research to allies against Lyme disease


Many ticks stick to the opossums to feed on their blood... but only few are able to tell it. The small American marsupial kills more than 95% of pests that have the misfortune to cross its path: a massacre. Even if he does not know it, in this way he helps to fight Lyme disease, caused by a bacterium that is in fact carried by ticks.

Veterinary Immunotherapy and Translational Research


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