As part of the new South Dakota Center for Biologics Research and Commercialization, assistant professor Diego Diel of the SDSU Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences will join SDSU and USD Sanford Medical School researchers and industry scientists, who will focus on the development of vaccines, diagnostic reagents and tests that improve animal and human health. South Dakota State University
As part of the new South Dakota Center for Biologics Research and Commercialization, assistant professor Diego Diel of the SDSU Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences will join SDSU and USD Sanford Medical School researchers and industry scientists, who will focus on the development of vaccines, diagnostic reagents and tests that improve animal and human health.

New biologics center to improve animal, human health

New biologics products will give physicians and veterinarians options in the long run that may help reduce reliance on antibiotics.

Treating and preventing gastrointestinal disorders by developing probiotics and nutraceuticals that improve bacterial balance in the digestive tract is one of the goals of the new South Dakota Center for Biologics Research & Commercialization (SD-CBRC).

Other goals of the center are to develop vaccines, immunotherapies, diagnostic reagents and tests that aim to improve overall health, according to SD-CBRC administrative director Jane Christopher-Hennings, head of the South Dakota

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