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NeoVirTech is in the spotlight of Journal of Virology

Following several years of development of the ANCHOR technology, we are very proud to publish two bact-toback articles investigating real time infection of herpes viruses and adenoviruses. Both articles have been highligthed in the spotlight. They are in open acces, you can freely read them here:https://jvi.asm.org/content/92/18/e01266-18.

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Generation of autofluorescent baculoviruses

NeoVirTech announces the generation of autofluorescent baculoviruses and the corresponding patent protection. Following collaboration with Dr Miguel Lopez-Ferber from the IMT Mines Alès, NeoVirTech has validated autofluorescent ANCHOR tagging of an insect virus for imaging and screening applications. Several autofluorescent baculoviruses have been generated allowing live cell tracking of virus genomes dynamics and replication, from single cells to organism. This achievement provides a new rapid and efficient tool to investigate bacculovirus biology, these viruses being used as gene transfer vectors, biopesticide or biomimetic of extremely dangerous pathogens. To know more about what the ANCHOR system can do, contact us at contact@neovirtech.com. To know more about IMT Mines Alès: http://www.mines-ales.fr/

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Generation of the first autofluorescent Vaccinia virus

Following collaboration with Transgene, a biotechnology company focused on discovering and developing targeted immunotherapies for the treatment of cancers and infectious diseases, we have validated the first poxvirus where the viral DNA is autofluorescent: the ANCHOR Vaccinia Virus (VV DNA in red). Treatments based on Vaccinia Viruses are among Transgene’s lead products. This virus can now be used to understand the behavior of oncolytic vectors and for screening applications in living cells. Microscopy data generated by autofluorescent viruses are a tremendous asset for communication/investor/media. More information: contact@neovirtech.com, communication@transgene.fr

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Generation of the first autofluorescent animal poxvirus

Following collaboration with Dr Stéphane Bertagnoli from the National Veterinary School of Toulouse, NeoVirTech has validated autofluorescent ANCHOR tagging of an animal poxvirus for imaging and screening applications. Both pathogen and vaccine strains have been generated, allowing live cell tracking of poxvirus genomes dynamics and replication. This achievement will help us discover new antiviral molecules against the poxvirus family, understand the behaviour of vaccine construct or develop and optimize new oncolytic products. Live cell imaging allows us to visualize and measure the dynamics of poxvirus infection and replication.