Genethera inc.

GeneThera is a biotechnology company dedicated to eradicating zoonotic diseases such as COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus), Paratuberculosis (Johne’s disease), Mad Cow Disease, Chronic Wasting Disease, and E.coli and Salmonella infections, by applying our advanced proprietary molecular sciences and technologies. Diseases of terrestrial, avian and aquatic life animals influence a number of economic and global security issues, including food for an increasing world population, access to international trade, species conservation and protection of those endangered, and economic growth in developing and re-organizing nations. Because more than 80% of animal bacteria and viruses are zoonotic (i.e. transmissible between humans and animals, causing infection in both species), their management and prevention are crucial to improving public health on a global scale. Zoonotic diseases are the major cause of global pandemics throughout human history. These diseases are capable of altering human history by causing significant loss of life, and major economic and social upheaval. We focus on developing novel molecular diagnostic tests, therapeutics, and vaccines through our proprietary robotic technologies with the belief that improved technologies and methodologies must be developed and implemented in order to aid mankind’s control of emerging diseases in animals and in humans. We believe that, if not properly addressed, diseases in animals will continue to cause serious and growing global problems with respect to economics, human health and biodiversity.We previously developed proprietary diagnostic assays for use in the agricultural and veterinary markets, and we intent to develop proprietary, genetics-based diagnostic assays and vaccine solutions through our robotic technologies with the goal of controlling the spread of zoonotic infection in the human population. Our mission is to continually apply our scientific research to the more effective management of zoonotic diseases and, in so doing, realize the commercial potential of our molecular biotechnologies.