VLP Therapeutics Announces Phase 1 SBIR Grant Award From National Cancer Institute Grant will support development of novel Virus-Like Particle vaccine-based cancer immunotherapy October 6, 2017 Gaithersburg, MD – VLP Therapeutics, LLC (“VLP”), a biotechnology
“Envelope-modified tetravalent dengue virus-like particle vaccine: implication for flavivirus vaccine design” Akane Urakamia, Mya Myat Ngwe Tunb, Meng Ling Moib, Atsuko Sakuraia, Momoko Ishikawaa, Sachiko Kunoa, Ryuji Uenoa, Kouichi Moritab and Wataru Akahata http://jvi.asm.org/content/early/2017/09/21/JVI.01181-17.abstract
Vaccines are one of the most important inventions in the past centuries. The successful vaccines save millions of lives by eradicating the epidemic and pandemic diseases. I left the research field and formed VLP Therapeutics because I am committed to developing the next generation vaccine technology to treat the diseases that currently lack effective treatment. We believe that our i-αVLP vaccine technology has a potential to create a breakthrough treatments and make significant contributions to the improvement of global public health.