Prosper Animal Health (PAH) is an animal health company that is creating and commercializing a portfolio of breakthrough vaccines for multiple livestock and companion animal species. Headquartered in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Prosper Animal Health (PAH) controls an internationally patented breakthrough technology that will improve the effectiveness, diversity, safety, and duration of vaccines.

PAH’s management team and its scientific advisors have acclaimed global research and clinical expertise in vaccines and infectious diseases, pharmaceutical drug development, regulatory compliance, and global pharmaceutical P&L and commercial expertise. The principals have held senior level positions at leading international pharmaceutical companies over the past 30 years. Other members of the operational and advisory teams include entrepreneurs, operational specialists, scientists, and industry experts in human and animal drug development and commercialization.

PAH has established various key strategic partnerships in the animal health industry for product development, regulatory compliance, manufacturing, marketing and distribution.

IMT504 – A Transformative Technology:

IMT504 is a novel, first-in-class oligodeoxynucleotide (ODN), which has incredibly desirable immunostimulatory effects. IMT504 is the prototype member of the new family of non-CpG motif-containing ODNs. Functionally, IMT504 safely activates important immune cells, including plasmacytoid dendritic cells (DCs), NK and NKT cells, leads to proliferation of CD4 and CD8 T cells and B cells and release of beneficial cytokines like GM-CSF, interferon-gamma, TNF-alpha. Moreover, IMT504 has shown impressive results in animal models and humans for generating robust, diverse antibody responses and the ability to significantly reduce the amount of antigen required per dose.

IMT504 oil-free based vaccines are the next frontier of animal vaccines, providing a faster, higher level and longer lasting immune response and disease protection to ensure healthier, more productive, and better-managed animals.

The Future of Animal Health