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News 28 May, 2020 Innobideak

The Basque Government participates in the Research and production project for the vaccine against COVID 19, together with Harvard and the company VIRALGEN

Tapia highlights that, once Harvard advances with the vaccine, the Basque Country is ready to take on this opportunity that represents  a unique health, social and business advance

The Basque Government  is engaged in the international project to make this production possible in the Basque Country

Tapia highlights that, once Harvard advances with the vaccine, the Basque Country is ready to take on this opportunity that represents  a unique health, social and business advance

Viralgen Vector Core is a partnership uniquely positioned in the CDMO industry to bring forward a robust suspension platform for AAV production in a facility custom-designed to bring therapies to market as quickly as possible. Viralgen is able to support every aspect of your AAV program from start to finish, including large-scale manufacturing, fill-finish, and quality control in a GMP-certified environment in San Sebastian, Basque Country.

Harvard has chosen Viralgen Vector Core as it becomes the convergence point from experienced specialized organizations in biotechnology and life sciences, united with the aim of creating a CDMO in the cutting-edge sector of gene therapy and innovative medicines. Devoted to the Development and Manufacturing of viral vectors, in order to contribute to the progress in health and welfare of people.

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