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News Alert 02/2017:

MVT Biotechnology files first patent!



We are very pleased to announce our first invention!

Following to our promising Proof of Concept Study, showing an immune response raised in 100% of mice inoculated with the vaccine, MVT Biotechnology has filed for IP protection of a proprietary vaccine construct against the Hepatitis E Virus.

If you want to take part in the forthcoming progress of our company feel free to contact us.

News Alert 12/2016:

MVT Biotechnology receives Patent Check Grant from FFG

The The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) is the national funding agency for industrial research and development in Austria. As a "one-stop shop" offering a diversified and targeted programme portfolio, the FFG gives Austrian businesses and research facilities quick and uncomplicated access to research funding.

News Alert 10/2016:

MVT Biotechnology receives Start Up Grant from Inits

 INiTS is a business incubator designed to improve the rate of startup successin Vienna by helping entrepreneurs conceive, launch and grow the next great company. INiTS ranked as No. 11 worldwide and No. 3 in Europe.

We are excited to announce that MVT Biotechnology has been selected by INiTS for its Startup Camp, the first acceleration program in Austria, offering early-stage startups 100 days of training in order to achieve market fit.

News & Press

World Hepatits Day


Selected News

Hepatitis E-Erkrankungen nehmen in der Schweiz offenbar zu
swissinfo.ch-11.07.2017Der Bund geht davon aus, dass die Zahl der Hepatitis E-Erkrankungen in der Schweiz zunimmt. Ein Risiko stellen Fleischprodukte mit roher Schweineleber dar.
Hepatitis E: rohes Schweinefleisch ist Hauptursache für Infektionen ...
food-monitor (Pressemitteilung)-13.07.2017
Der Verzehr von rohem oder nicht durchgegartem Schweinefleisch und Leber ist die häufigste Ursache für Hepatitis-E-Infektionen in der EU, so die EFSA.
Acute hepatitis E – Nigeria
World Health Organization-12.07.2017
On 18 June 2017, the Nigerian Ministry of Health notified World Health Organization (WHO) of an outbreak of hepatitis E located in the north-east region of the ...
Hepatitis E: raw pork is main cause of infection in EU
New Food-13.07.2017
Rosina Girones, chair of EFSA's working group on hepatitis E, said: “Even if it is not as widespread as other foodborne diseases, hepatitis E is a growing concern ...
Don't treat your pork like a pig
The Copenhagen Post - Danish news in english-13.07.2017
ECDC report: 10-fold increase of hepatitis E cases in the EU/EEA ...
EurekAlert (press release)-11.07.2017
IMAGE: Of the 30 Member States responding to the ECDC survey, 20 (67%) have hepatitis E-specific surveillance systems in place. The remaining 10 countries ...
Raw pork main cause of Hepatitis E infection in EU: official agency
Niger hepatitis E update: At least 30 deaths in the southeast
Outbreak News Today-30.05.2017Hepatitis E infection is found worldwide. The virus is shed in the stools of infected persons, and enters the human body through the intestine.
Britain issues warning about 'Brexit virus' in EU pork products
Food Safety News-29.05.2017
Hepatitis E is an illness of the liver that can infect humans and other animals. Most people will clear the virus without any symptoms. FSA said ...
'Brexit virus' feared in 10% of sausages
The Times (subscription) - ‎20.05.2017‎
Beware the full English. Tens of thousands of Britons are being infected with a potentially deadly liver virus in bacon, sausages, pork pies and salami mostly imported from Europe, say doctors. The new strain of hepatitis E (HEV) linked to pig farms in ...
The Sun-21.05.2017
TENS of thousands of Brits are being infected every year by bacon and sausages riddled with what has been dubbed the “Brexit virus”.
'Brexit virus' feared in sausages imported from Europe

Daily Mail-21.05.2017
A total of 329 cases of hepatitis E, including 26 deaths, have been reported in the Diffa region in Niger. This represents a sharp increase as ...

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