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Investor Presentation Alan F. Joslyn, PhD President & CEO 813 286 7900 ext 232 Oragenics, Inc. 4902 Eisenhower Blvd., Suite 125 Tampa, FL 33634 NYSE American: OGEN Exhibit 99.1

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Safe Harbor Statement Certain statements made in this presentation include forward-looking actions that Oragenics, Inc. (“Oragenics,” or the “Company”) anticipates based on certain assumptions. These statements are indicated by words such as “expect”, “anticipate”, “should” and similar words indicating uncertainty in facts, figures and outcomes. Such statements are made pursuant to the Safe Harbor Provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. While Oragenics believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance that such statements will prove to be correct. The risks associated with the Company are detailed in the Company’s various reports filed by the Company with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Investment Highlights Phase 2 ongoing clinical program in a ~$25MM market cap company with near-term catalysts; recent positive interim safety results AG013 for Oral Mucositis: Large unmet clinical need - no drug is approved to prevent OM in the broad cancer population; Affects >770,000 cancer patients annually Lantibiotics Platform: A novel class of peptide antibacterial compounds, with activity against a variety of MDR infections 1 2 3

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AG013: First-in-Class Therapy for Oral Mucositis

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Oral Mucositis Most common and debilitating complication of cancer chemo and radiation therapy. Caused by breakdown of mucosal lining resulting in formation of oral ulcers. Inability to eat/drink (WHO grades 3 & 4) resulting in nutritional deficits and potential alterations of cancer treatment regimens. Large Addressable Market: > 770,000 U.S. newly diagnosed cancer patients receiving conventional chemotherapy and radiation are at increased risk of developing OM* *Center Disease Control, 2017

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Economic and Clinical Impact of Severe OM Clinical Impact: Economic Impact: 2x more likely to receive TPN 3-4x more likely to experience interruption in chemo regimen 2x more likely to have unplanned break in radiation 9 extra days in the hospital 2-8x higher direct hospital costs due to longer stay/delivery of alimentation Severe Oral Mucositis Nonzee et al Cancer 2008; 113: 1446-52 Vera_Llonch et al Cancer 2006: 106: 329-36 Carlotto et al Pharmacoeconomics 2013: 2013: 753-66

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AG013: Target Product Profile Convenient, flavored oral rinsing solution composed of genetically modified Lactococcus lactis (non-pathologic food grade bacterium) engineered to deliver mucosal protectant human Trefoil Factor 1 (hTFF1) to mucosal tissues Trefoil Factors (TFF’s) are a class of peptides involved in protecting mucosal tissues against damage and in subsequent repair Cost effective (low COGs) rinse provides daily continuous oropharyngeal coverage with L. lactis producing hTFF1 during entire cancer treatment regimen Efficacy endpoints include: Prevention:No severe OM (WHO grade 3 or 4) during chemoradiation course Treatment:Reduced number of days of severe OM versus comparator (standard of care)

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AG013 in Action AG013 is delivered via lactococcus The combination is freeze-dried into vials Patient mixes powder with a raspberry-flavored solution Patient swishes for 30 seconds after every meal This activity promotes a protein called trefoil factor, which regrows the oral lining 1 2 3 4 5

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AG013 Superior to Available Treatments AG013 Sales TBD $14,000,000 Patients >500,000 20,000 (indicated only for bone marrow transplant induction chemo patients) Method Oral rinse, outpatient Intravenous, inpatient $600MM palliative care products provide temporary symptomatic relief * All figures approximate;

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Potential Global Market: 6.2 MILLION+ new patients ww/yr (1.2MM develop OM) Cost: $100 per day 20- 25% Peak Share: AG013 Has Large Addressable Market With Potential W.W. Sales >$1.0Bn for Oral Mucositis Global Peak Sales: $635M $458M $229M U.S. E.U. Japan Gross Margin: 90% Intellectual property relating to AG013 extends into 2030s REVENUE-BASED FORECAST ASSUMPTIONS

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AG013: Phase 2 Study Design Agreed with FDA Double-blind, placebo – controlled evaluation of daily AG013 (2x10¹¹ CFU) TID oral rinse for duration of cancer treatment regimen 160-180 evaluable patients with head and neck cancer receiving chemoradiation therapy over 7-9 weeks and standard of care for prevention of OM ~45 clinical centers in United States and Europe Primary efficacy endpoint: Duration (in days) of severe OM (WHO grades 3 (unable to eat) & 4 (unable to drink)) Sample size consideration: 160 evaluable patients (80/group) provides 80% power to detect 5-day difference between groups with respect to severe OM OM secondary endpoints: number of OM free (WHO grades 1 & 2) days, time to onset, use of pain medication, alteration in cancer regimens AG013 Received FDA Fast Track Designation

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AG013 Clears FDA Safety Hurdle: Positive Interim Safety Results 24 Patients randomized with 19 patients completing therapy. Adverse event profiles similar between AG013 and Placebo. Serious Adverse Events consistent with Head and Neck Cancer Patients: fever, neutropenia, infections, nausea & vomiting. No reports of bacteremia or sepsis Discontinuations: Severe Oral Mucositis: 3 patients Nausea & Vomiting: 3 patients Non-compliance: 2 patients

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AG013: Timeline of Key Events FDA Program Feedback API Manufacture & Packaging Completion Treat First Patient in U.S. Complete Enrollment of ~200 patients: expand into 4 countries and up to 75 clinical sites Interim Safety & Efficacy Review of First 20 Patients Update IND Filing ● ● ● ● ● ● Protocol design & manufacturing specifications agreement Activated 11 U.S. clinical sites 3Q16 2Q17 3Q17 2Q19 2Q18 3Q17

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Novel Lantibiotic Platform for Multidrug Resistant Bacterial Infections

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CDC Antibiotic-Resistant Threats, 2017 (cases/yr, US) Drug-resistant pathogen blue = gram (+) grey= gram (-) Infections/year Clostridium difficile 500,000 Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) 9,000 Neisseria gonorrhoeae 246,000 MDR Acinetobacter 7,300 Drug-Resistant Campylobacter 310,000 Extended Spectrum ß-lactamase Enterobacteriaceae 26,000 Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus (VRE) 20,000 MDR Pseudomonas aeruginosa 6,700 Drug-Resistant Non-Typhoid Salmonella 100,000 Drug-Resistant Typhoid Salmonella 3,800 Drug-Resistant Shigella 27,000 Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) 80,000 Drug-Resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae 1,200,000 Center Disease Control; U.S. MDR pathogen update, 2017

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C. difficile and C. difficile Infection (CDI): Epidemiology C. difficile is an infection of the colon causing colitis by producing toxins that damage lining of the colon 500,000 infections annually resulting in 29,000 deaths 83,000 will experience at least one recurrence Deaths have increased 400% since 2000 Healthcare-associated infections occur: 37% hospital onset, 36% nursing home onset, 27% community onset C. difficile associated diarrhea is associated with a 1-2 week hospital stay Emerging problem: 8% of CDI associated with onset of concomitant Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE) infection

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Lantibiotics: Novel Platform of Antibiotics to Treat Serious Life-Threatening Infections Lantibiotics are novel class of peptide antibacterial compounds naturally produced by variety of Gram-positive bacterial strains to attack competing bacterial strains Platform: >700 lantibiotic structures created, potentially generating a pipeline of new compounds Prior development limited by manufacturing technical hurdles Platform provides potential for development in multidrug resistant infections: Methicillin Resistant Staphlococcus aureus (MRSA) Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Virulent Clostridium difficile Gram(-) infections Mutacin 1140: a lantibiotic produced by Streptococcus mutans

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Oral OG716 Superior at Preventing C. difficile Deaths in Hamster Model OG716 Vanco Vehicle OG253 DAY 2 Clindamycin DAYS 3-7 DAYS 8-22 Recurrence Phase DAY 1 Infection Antibiotic Treatment Phase

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Lantibiotics: OG716 C. difficile Program Milestones Tech Transfer of Manufacturing Process ● Fermentation complete; purification underway 4Q16 Manufacture of API ● Ongoing at 1400L scale: transitioning to GMP manufacture 1Q17 Toxicology and Microbiology Underway ● Single dose-escalating rat study complete and results discussed with FDA; rat and monkey 14-day tox studies under development 4Q18 File IND ● 2Q19 (estimate) Timing of filing of the IND is subject to having sufficient available capital to complete requisite studies

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Corporate Status Update

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Capitalization Common Stock Equivalents Common Stock Outstanding * 29,433,135 Series A Convertible Preferred* 941,701 Series B Convertible Preferred* 1,320,002 Series C Non-Convertible Perpetual Preferred*** (101.733 shares outstanding) - Warrants (WAEP $1.74)* 7,371,925 Reserved for issuance under stock incentive plan* 2,009,250 Total 41,076,013 Major Shareholders Common Stock Common Stock Equivalents Koski Family 6.4% 6.3% Intrexon Corporation (NYSE:XON) 5.3% 3.8% Other Institutional Investors MSD Credit Opportunity Master Fund LP Harvest Intrexon Enterprise Fund I, LP Harvest Intrexon Enterprise Fund I (AI), LP Altium Capital Management LP Empery Asset Management, LP Pro-Forma Cash** $22.3M * Information is as of November 13, 2018. ** Information is as of November 13, 2018 and includes $9.5 million in cash proceeds as a result of the exercise of 9.5 million warrants. *** As of November 8, 2017, the Non-Voting, Non-Convertible Series C Preferred Shares have a stated value of $33,847 per share and have an accruing dividend of 12% per year. The Series C Preferred Shares resulted from the conversion of approximately $3.3 million in debt obligations previously owed to Intrexon. The Series A, B, and C Preferred stock have no price based downround protection for the conversion price.

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Experienced Management Team Dr. Alan F. Joslyn Director, President and Chief Executive Officer Assumed CEO position at Oragenics in June 2016 Held CEO positions at several private biotechnology companies including Sentinella Pharmaceuticals, Edusa Pharmaceuticals and Mt. Cook Pharma Presently sits on the board of Synergy Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: SGYP) Over 25 years of drug development experience at Glaxo, Johnson & Johnson and Penwest Mike Sullivan Chief Financial Officer Held senior-level financial positions for both publicly and privately held businesses Significant experience in product licensing and IP issues with strong background in both domestic and international retail operations Dr. Martin Handfield Senior Vice President, Discovery Research Molecular Microbiologist and former Tenured Associate Professor, College of Dentistry at The University of Florida Prolific researcher focusing on infectious diseases, host-pathogen interactions and non-invasive diagnostics