Bioterrorism Vaccine Delivery Device Maker Gets DoD Contract
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Ichor Medical Systems, maker of a novel system for delivery of DNA-based drugs and vaccines, signed a two-year contract with the Navy worth over $2.3 million to assist in developing a DNA vaccine for anthrax and plague
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