Coming soon: A vaccine against Mastitis

Published on: 07/01/2016
Source : www.usherbrooke.ca

For more than seven years, Professor François Malouin has been developing a vaccine against bovine mastitis. Now, the result of that research is a license agreement with the multinational Bayer that may well revolutionize the dairy industry around the world. The Université de Sherbrooke (UdeS) is proud to announce that its research commercialization firm TransferTech Sherbrooke has ...

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Akmal Hassan Akmal Hassan
Veterinary Doctor
July 1, 2016
PLEASE I want to ask about When this vaccine will be available in commercial market ?
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Www Ttt Www Ttt
Veterinary Doctor
July 1, 2016
What about other bacterial causes,would this vaccine be a combination or only for staph.
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Abdul Qader Samsor Abdul Qader Samsor
DVM, diploma in animal production
July 3, 2016
it is great that Professor Francois Malouin has been succeeded to make such important vaccine, but the level of the immunity could be considered, the farmers will not ignore udder care and hygiene.
thanks .
Dr. Abdul Qader Samsor
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Hassan Khan Hassan Khan
Mr. Hassan Khan
July 4, 2016
Great efforts and wish him good luck in his future endavours
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Dr Usman Dr Usman
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
July 4, 2016
Good it is positive effort against bovine mastitis, I hope after few years we defeat the economic loss which is due to mastitis infection.
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Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy Mohamed Fawzy Elsawy
Professor of veterinary pharmacology
July 5, 2016
Dear Sir ,
I would like to inform you that clinical mastitis is easily induced and treated effectively 100 % within 24 - 36 hours for acute type and within 7- 9 days for peracute mastitis. . To be a pioneer in chemotherapy of bovine mastitis you must know pharmacology of A.N.S.,antibiotic and non antibiotics , autacoids, anti-histaminics, anti-inflammatory , locally acting drugs, drug residues, routes of drug administration , water and electrolyte pharmacology up to 70 % of the syllabus of veterinary pharmacology . That was concluded because there is no immunity in the udder . Moreover, some recommendations in treatment of clinical mastitis reported in some recent text books failed to treat this infection and lead to loss of the quarter.
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