Simple & more effective.
Earlier & stronger immune response.
Reduced disease spreading.
Safer for animals and farmers.
Stemming from novel discoveries and rigorous, top-class research.
Proprietary technology platform paving the way for a revolution in vaccines and animal health.
Provide industry with the best tools to fight infectious diseases.
Pan Genome Systems' focuses:
Product effectiveness & safety
Better animal health
Better outcomes for farmers
Webinar Feature: Developing a Novel and Effective Vaccine for Johne's Disease
Pan Genome Systems representatives hosted a recent webinar in conjunction with the North Central Regional Center for Regional Development (NCRCRD) at Michigan State University highlighting the company's Johne's Disease vaccine development work.
The webinar, entitled "Developing a Novel and Effective Vaccine for Johne's Disease" can be viewed here. Or, alternatively, view the slides here.
The Future of Farming
Pan Genome Systems proprietary vaccine technology represents the future of animal health.
Currently, farmers are forced to reactively battle stubborn and costly diseases using blunt and ineffective tools.
Pan Genome Systems' vaccines provide farmers with simple, yet sophisticated, disease prevention tools that are safe and effective.
This revolution in vaccine technology allows farmers to proactively protect herds from costly infectious diseases, and get back to what they do best - focusing on driving herd productivity and improved value creation.
Join the revolution - Contact Pan Genome Systems today.
Pan Genome Systems News
PGS Presenting at Madison Early Stage Symposium
SBIR Advance Award for Pan Genome Systems
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PGS Finalist in Governor's Business Plan Contest
PGS Nominated for Buzz of BIO Contest
QNBV Status Awarded to Pan Genome Systems
Pan Genome Systems Advances in Biz Plan Contest
Pan Genome Systems Wins SBIR Phase II Grant
Pan Genome Systems Awarded SBIR Grant
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New Developments in Managing Johne's Disease
Australian Johne's Disease Program Challenges
UW 'Ideas Factory' Turns Research Into Growth
UW Discovery 2 Product (D2P) Program
Madison Vaccines Raises $8m Investment