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Avivagen Inc. | Date: 2016-07-11

Adjuvants for use with vaccines; Animal feed additives and supplements; Anti-infective products for veterinary use; Anti-inflammatories; Dietary, nutritionals and food supplements; Nutritional supplements for general health and well-being; Dietary food supplements for general health and well-being; Medicated dermatological preparations and substances; Medicated skin care preparations; Non-medicated additives for animal feed for use as nutritional supplements; Nutritional supplements for supporting immune function; Nutritional supplements for cats, dogs, horses, livestock; Pharmaceutical preparations for treatment of infectious diseases, namely, respiratory infections, eye infections; Pharmaceutical preparations for animal skincare; Pharmaceutical preparations for treating skin disorders; Pharmaceutical preparations for use in dermatology; Pharmaceutical preparations and substances for the treatment of viral, respiratory, gastrointestinal, dermatological, and immune system related diseases and disorders; Pharmaceutical preparations for the prevention and treatment of bacteria-based diseases or disorders; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of immune system related diseases and disorders; Pharmaceutical preparations for skin care; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of bacterial infections; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of bacterial skin infections, fungal skin infections, viral skin infections and parasitic skin infections; Pharmaceutical preparations for the prevention and treatment of disorders of the immune system, Pharmaceutical preparations for treatment of respiratory diseases, disorders and infections; Pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of inflammatory disorders and diseases, namely, inflammatory bowel diseases, inflammatory connective tissue diseases; Pharmaceutical preparations for use in dermatology; Pharmaceutical preparations for use in gastroenterology; Pharmaceutical products for skin care for animals; Pharmaceutical products for the treatment of joint disease; Pharmaceutical products for treating respiratory diseases; Veterinary preparations for treatment of intestinal bacteria; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for animals and poultry to give newborn animals and birds a healthy start; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for respiratory and reproductive diseases in cattle; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for treatment of bacterial infections in dogs; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of infectious diseases in poultry; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for treatment of infectious disease namely, respiratory infections, eye infections, topical infections; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of infectious diseases, namely, swine dysentery, bacterial enteritis, bluecomb, pneumonia; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of swine bacterial infectious diseases; Veterinary pharmaceutical preparations for treatment of intestinal bacteria.


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Avivagen Inc. and Chemaphor Inc. | Date: 2010-12-15

Nutritional supplements for animals, not for use as topical skin care or for the treatment of acne, and sold only by veterinarians, in pet stores, or on websites directed to goods for animals.


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Avivagen Inc. | Date: 2013-04-02

Veterinary preparations, namely veterinary preparations for use in the boosting of immune function, veterinary preparations for the reduction of inflammation, and veterinary preparations for the boosting of immune function and the reduction of inflammation concurrently; veterinary preparations, namely veterinary preparations containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the boosting of immune function, veterinary preparations containing oxidized carotenoids for the reduction of inflammation, and veterinary preparations containing oxidized carotenoids for the boosting of immune function and the reduction of inflammation concurrently; veterinary nutritional supplements, namely veterinary nutritional supplements for use in the boosting of immune function, veterinary nutritional supplements for use in the reduction of inflammation, and veterinary nutritional supplements for use in the boosting of immune function and reduction of inflammation concurrently; veterinary nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids, namely veterinary nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the boosting of immune function, veterinary nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the reduction of inflammation, and veterinary nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the boosting of immune function and reduction of inflammation concurrently; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids, namely veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the improvement of skin and coat quality, veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the improvement of gastrointestinal conditions and functions, veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the treatment of joint condition and function, and veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for use in the boosting of immune function; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for the boosting of immune function in animals, namely in dogs, cats, horses and ornamental fish; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized beta-carotene for the boosting of immune function in animals, namely in dogs, cats, horses and ornamental fish; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for the reduction of inflammation in animals, namely in dogs, cats, horses and ornamental fish; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized beta-carotene for the reduction of inflammation in animals, namely in dogs, cats, horses and ornamental fish; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized carotenoids for the boosting of immune function and reduction of inflammation concurrently in animals, namely in dogs, cats, horses and ornamental fish; veterinary preparations and nutritional supplements containing oxidized beta-carotene for the boosting of immune function and reduction of inflammation concurrently in animals, namely in dogs, cats, horses and ornamental fish.


Burton G.W.,Avivagen Inc. | Daroszewski J.,Avivagen Inc. | Nickerson J.G.,550 University Ave | Johnston J.B.,National Research Council Canada | And 2 more authors.
Canadian Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2014

Carotenoids are reported to have immunological effects independent of vitamin A activity. Although antioxidant activity has been suggested as a basis of action, the ability of carotenoids to autoxidize to numerous non-vitamin A products with immunological activity is an alternative yet to be fully explored. We have undertaken a systematic study of β-carotene autoxidation and tested the product mixture for immunological activity. Autoxidation proceeds predominantly by oxygen copolymerization, leading to a defined, reproducible product corresponding to net uptake of almost 8 molar equivalents of oxygen. The product, termed OxC-beta, empirical formula C40H60O 15 versus C40H56 for β-carotene, contains more than 30% oxygen (w/w) and 85% β-carotene oxygen copolymers (w/w) as well as minor amounts of many C8-C18 norisoprenoid compounds. No vitamin A or higher molecular weight norisoprenoids are present. The predominance of polymeric products has not been reported previously. The polymer appears to be a less polymerized form of sporopollenin, a biopolymer found in exines of spores and pollen. Autoxidations of lycopene and canthaxanthin show a similar predominance of polymeric products. OxC-beta exhibits immunological activity in a PCR gene expression array, indicating that carotenoid oxidation produces non-vitamin A products with immunomodulatory potential. © 2014 Published by NRC Research Press. Source


Johnston J.B.,National Research Council Canada | Nickerson J.G.,Avivagen Inc. | Daroszewski J.,Avivagen Inc. | Mogg T.J.,Avivagen Inc. | Burton G.W.,Avivagen Inc.
PLoS ONE | Year: 2014

In animals carotenoids show biological activity unrelated to vitamin A that has been considered to arise directly from the behavior of the parent compound, particularly as an antioxidant. However, the very property that confers antioxidant activity on some carotenoids in plants also confers susceptibility to oxidative transformation. As an alternative, it has been suggested that carotenoid oxidative breakdown or metabolic products could be the actual agents of activity in animals. However, an important and neglected aspect of the behavior of the highly unsaturated carotenoids is their potential to undergo addition of oxygen to form copolymers. Recently we reported that spontaneous oxidation of ß-carotene transforms it into a product dominated by ß-carotene-oxygen copolymers. We now report that the polymeric product is biologically active. Results suggest an overall ability to prime innate immune function to more rapidly respond to subsequent microbial challenges. An underlying structural resemblance to sporopollenin, found in the outer shell of spores and pollen, may allow the polymer to modulate innate immune responses through interactions with the pattern recognition receptor system. Oxygen copolymer formation appears common to all carotenoids, is anticipated to be widespread, and the products may contribute to the health benefits of carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables. © 2014 Johnston et al. Source

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