Autoimmune Technologies - Applied Biomedical Science

News Releases
News releases issued by Autoimmune Technologies and other companies can be read by clicking on the links below. See Notes on PDF Files if you need help with the PDF format.
 
June 27, 2014

Consortium Announces $2.9-Million NIH Grant to Advance Work on Ebola Virus Diagnostic Tests

   
June 24, 2014 NIAID Awards MERS/SARS Coronavirus Drug Research Grant to Autoimmune Technologies
   
March 6, 2014 NIH Awards Contract of up to $10.8 Million to
Autoimmune Technologies to Continue Developing Its New Influenza Drug
   
November 16, 2010

Autoimmune Announces QTDP Grant Award for Flufirvitide-3, Its New Entry-Inhibiting Influenza Drug

   
April 14, 2010 Autoimmune Announces the Addition of the Ebola and Marburg Viruses to Its Collaborative Hemorrhagic Fever Diagnostics Development Work
   
February 8, 2010 Autoimmune Announces 5-Year Contract for Continued Work Against Lassa Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Toward Development of Vaccines and Therapeutics
   
June 2, 2009 NIH Awards $3.9-Million Fast-Track SBIR Grant to Autoimmune to Support New Influenza Drug Candidate
   
October 15, 2007 Autoimmune Announces Development of New Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Test for Use in Africa and Against Domestic Bioterrorism Threat
 
June 19, 2006 NIH Awards $1-Million STTR Grant to Autoimmune and Tulane for Peptides to Block Influenza Infection
   
November 9, 2005 Autoimmune to Play a Key Role in $3.8 Million NIH Biodefense Grant

August 19, 2004 Corgenix Announces APA Assay Fibromyalgia Test Kit Availability

July 15, 2002 New Antibodies Found in Anthrax Vaccine Recipients  

February 23, 2000

Inherited Breast Cancer Virus Test Pact Signed

January 31, 2000 New Antibodies Found in Gulf War Syndrome Patients  

May 12, 1999

Open Letter to FM Patients on Fibromyalgia Awareness Day 1999

February 10, 1999

New Antibodies Discovered in Many Fibromyalgia Patients


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