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Australian Biotech Firm Develops New Sugar-Based Adjuvants

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“Our technology is a bit like melding a turbocharger to the engine and in this case makes the vaccine dramatically more powerful.” —Nikolai Petrovsky, PhD

Vaxine Pty Ltd., a biotechnology company based in Adelaide, Australia, has developed new adjuvants to be used in vaccines.1 The firm has received funding from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop polysaccharide adjuvants,2 which are carbohydrates consisting of sugar molecules bonded together.

Over the years, Vaxine has tapped into patented biotechnology to manufacture vaccines for seasonal influenza, hepatitis, malaria and SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). More recently, it has produced a new vaccine for onchocerciasis, also known as river blindness.1 2 River blindness is an eye and skin disease transmitted to humans through black flies that breed in streams and rivers affecting 17 million people around the world.2

The new river blindness vaccine uses a sugar-based adjuvant developed using a patented adjuvant technology known as Advax. According to Vaxine, Advax makes the pathogen in the vaccine easily recognizable by the body’s immune system, thus making it easier for the human body to create antibodies against the pathogen.2 The vaccine has already been tested in mice and is ready to be tested in cattle in the United States.

Vaxine’s scientific director and professor of medicine at Flinders University in Australia, Nikolai Petrovsky, PhD, states: First we’re looking to vaccinate the cattle, which are a breeding ground for the parasite. Then the other side of this is to immunize the children so if they come in contact with the parasite it blocks the infection. Our technology is a bit like melding a turbocharger to the engine and in this case makes the vaccine dramatically more powerful.2

Dr. Petrovsky goes on to say that a major issue with other contemporary adjuvants is the use of aluminum, which is not effective for all diseases. He says, We offer a new alternative that is not only potentially safer because it is a sugar instead of a metal/salt with high toxicity. Our adjuvant also works for a lot of vaccines that wouldn’t work with aluminum. The ones that tried to create an onchocerciasis vaccine didn’t take but ours actually works.2


References:

1 News Medical Life Sciences. Vaxine’s unique adjuvants boost effectiveness of vaccines for battling against infectious diseases. News-Medical.net Dec. 7, 2016.
2 Radford C. River Blindness Vaccine to Begin Cattle Trials. The Lead Nov. 18, 2016.

5 Responses to Australian Biotech Firm Develops New Sugar-Based Adjuvants

  1. andrea Reply

    February 11, 2017 at 11:39 am

    Thank you JB for your January post with a rundown on vaccine ingredients.

  2. JB Reply

    January 13, 2017 at 2:02 pm

    It’s only a ruse to get people who are not aware that vaccination is useless and ineffective (thus the many boosters, outbreaks of measles, pertussis among vaccinated) into their docs or pediatricians and hope they feel safe because it’s a new adjuvant, but giving them all of the same poisons that are still in these shots, foreign proteins,

    Formaldehyde:
    Used in labs as a preservative, the long term effects have not been fully studied. A study of funeral industry workers found a link between formaldehyde and myeloid lukemia.

    Octylphenol ethoxylate (Triton X-100):
    Used by companies for “wetting, detergency, superior hard surface, metal cleaning and excellent emulsification” in paints, coatings, oilfield chemicals, textiles, and industrial cleaners. Studies have shown it may be detrimental to the reproductive system.

    Thimerosal
    Contains Mercury and is a know neurotoxin; it can cause nerve damage, and FDA knows of numerous cases of mercury poisoning caused by thimerosal.
    Other ingredients in Fluzone are: sodium phosphate-buffered isotonic sodium chloride solution and gelatin
    Other flu shots are made from different potentially toxic ingredients:

    Monobasic sodium phosphate (MSP):
    Known to cause acute phosphate nephropathy, and permanent impairment of renal functions. It has also caused seizures, and cardiac arrhythmias.

    Dibasic sodium phosphate and monobasic potassium phosphate:
    Phosphates are often used in food as preservatives, acidifying, and emulsifying agents. Has been linked to cardiovascular problems.

    Potassium chloride:
    Known to cause digestive problems and vomiting, but in severe cases it can lead to severe allergic reactions, chest pains, irregular heartbeat, confusion, and paralysis.
    Calcium chloride:
    May lead to cardiovascular issues.

    Sodium taurodeoxycholate:
    Have been associated to promote tumor growth, especially in pancreas, colon, and throat, studies show.

    Neomycin sulfate:
    In rare cases has been linked to drowsiness, loss of hearing, difficulty breathing, rash, and weakness.

    Polymyxin B:
    Is an antibiotic, whose side effects include neurotoxic and nephrotoxic reactions: rising blood levels, dizziness, apnea, fever, and headache.

    Mercury:
    A heavy metal responsible for poisoning, and damage to many organs leading to severe illnesses, including severe insomnia, and neurological disorders.

    Beta-propiolactone
    A carcinogen and a possible toxin to liver, skin, respiratory tract, and gastrointestinal tract.
    For the full list of vaccines and their ingredients please visit this site
    via: .http://www.organicandhealthy.org/2016/11/shocking-full-list-of-flu-vaccine.html,

  3. Shekinah013 Reply

    January 12, 2017 at 7:25 pm

    Hmmm. So then we have to ask… how safe is it to inject sugar intramuscularly/subcutaneously? Okay, so it’s “safe” in the digestive system (actually a controversial statement!), but that means nothing when we inject it. And that’s just one of a million different questions raised by this new technology. If it’s GMO, how safe is it to inject GMOs? Etcetera.

  4. Donna Reply

    January 12, 2017 at 7:04 pm

    OK, so this company is using sugar as an adjuvent alternative because aluminum is determined to be harmful. As I continue to read and hear about vaccines in the first place and the “theories” of how they “work”, the whole concept of injecting stuff into the bloodstream, muscle or anywhere else to prevent diseases is so incredibly repulsive. The whole practice is barbaric. Sugar is addictive as cocaine, and substitute sweeteners are also harmful. Just stop doing the vaccinations.

  5. Karoline Reply

    January 12, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    GMO’s alter our DNA. And not in a good way. This may be better than Thermisol but still not good and totally misses the mark. Teach people how to naturally boost their immune system and avoid, chemicals,heavy metals etc.That is the ancwer.

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