Poultry vaccines News

News published on November 12, 2008:

Understanding Immunity and Vaccines

We all realize that diseases cost both companies and growers and they both strive to avoid the consequences of disease. Diseases can be caused by microbes (viruses, bacteria, fungi or protozoa), internal or ext...
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Univ. of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service
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News published on September 5, 2008:

Vaccination2008: The role of vaccination in modern poultry production

This one day technical conference will be held in Hannover, Germany on Monday 10th November 2008 (the day before Eurotier) which is for professional poultry producers, veterinarians and those in ancillary indus...
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Positive Action UK press release
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News published on September 2, 2008:

Food Safety: Poultry Vaccines May also Improve Human Health

The United States is the world leader in the poultry industry, with annual profits of $50 billion; however, food pathogens threaten the industry. Scientists are especially concerned about Avian Pathogenic Esche...
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News published on June 10, 2008:

Streamlining registration for new poultry vaccines

A workshop to help researchers navigate the registration processes for vaccines and other poultry health products has been held by Bioproperties Pty Ltd, an SME manufacturing animal vaccines in Australia.Before...
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Poultry Cooperative Research Centre website
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News published on November 7, 2007:

Skystar Receives Award for Avian Coccidiosis Vaccine Project

Skystar Bio- Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., a leading bio-pharmaceutical company in the People's Republic of China today announced that the Company was awarded the National High Technology Industrialization Pilot Pr...
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PR Newswire
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News published on October 26, 2007:

Poultry Health: New fowlpox vaccine available

A new vaccine developed by CSIRO Livestock Industries to help control the common poultry disease, fowlpox, has been registered for commercial use by one of Australia’s leading animal health companies, Intervet ...
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CSIRO press release
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News published on September 21, 2007:

India - Suguna Arm Setting Up Poultry Vaccine Plant

Globion India Private Limited, the newly-incorporated subsidiary of Suguna Poultry Group, is setting up a poultry vaccine manufacturing facility in Hyderabad at an investment of Rs 42 crore.The foundation stone...
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Business Standard
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News published on December 5, 2006:

USA - Auburn professors develop first egg-injection vaccine against AI

An Auburn University veterinary professor in collaboration with researchers at Vaxin Inc. of Birmingham has developed the first "in ovo," or egg-injected, vaccine to protect chickens against avian influenza, a ...
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Poultry Today
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News published on September 29, 2006:

Embrex and Shenzhen Neptunus Interlong to Collaborate on Installation and Sale of Devices for Human Influenza Vaccine Manufacture

Embrex, Inc., The In Ovo Company has delivered to Shenzhen Neptunus Interlong Bio-technique Co. Ltd., Shenzhen, P.R. China, an Egg Remover® system and an Inovoject ® system. These have been installed in SNI's n...
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Embrex Inc.
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News published on September 26, 2006:

Intervet’s avian flu vaccine licensed for use in European Union

Intervet, the world’s largest animal vaccine producer and a business unit of Akzo Nobel, has been granted an EU licence for its Nobilis Influenza H5N2 vaccine. As a result Europe now has a licensed vaccine to p...
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