jignesh barot
M. V. Sc. (Avian Diseases)
(1) Technical guidance to poultry farmers including Breeders, hatcheries (2) Disease diagnosis by PM and laboratory tests (3) Designing vaccination schedule
M. V. Sc. (Avian Diseases)
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Introduction The genetic make up of a layer variety determines its range of possible performance results. Within this genetically defined range, we can alter the production characteristics through our management systems to optimize these traits which are most profitable for our market. Based on International market levels eggs are sold on the basis of egg size. Much preference is given to egg size ...
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Introduction For broilers to have a good development and express their full genetic potential, placing them as soon as possible in the house after hatch, as to prevent a negative quality impact is extremely important. According to Uni and Ferket (2004), poor chick quality can cost the poultry industry nearly US$200 million.  Even though It is known that the hatch-to-housing interval can impa ...
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  Introduction Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV) H5N1 persists in natural reservoirs of aquatic birds and waterfowl. In 1996 it was discovered that infected wild geese in Southern China were responsible for transmitting the virus to poultry [1]. In 2003, HPAIV H5N1 began to spread from Southeast Asia to other regions, and in the past decade it has caused numerous outbreaks on ...
Participation in Forum on May 3, 2017
Dr. Bakri, Thank you for being a continuous source of information on H9N2 vaccine/vaccination. Can I get your Inactivated H9N2 vaccine in Anand, Gujarat (India) Which age would be perfect for vaccination, Day-1 or Day-5? Thanks Dr Jignesh Barot jgbivrig@gmail.com
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Participation in Forum on April 7, 2017
Dr. Bakri, Thank you very much for sharing your experience and Knowledge on H9N2 vaccine. Regards, Jignesh Barot
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Participation in Forum on April 6, 2017
03/04/2017 | Dr. Bakri, Thank you very much for your quick reply. Have you conducted challenge trials (under Isolation) ? - I. e. Vaccinated birds challenged against different isolates/strains of H9N2 viruses - what were the results ? Is there any difference between fast growing and slow growing birds in attaining protective level of immunity after injection with this inactivated (H9N2) va ...
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Participation in Forum on April 3, 2017
Is there any difference between fast growing and slow growing birds in attaining protective level of immunity after injection with this inactivated (H9N2) vaccine?
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Participation in Forum on April 3, 2017
Dr. Bakri, Thank you very much for your quick reply. Have you conducted challenge trials (under Isolation) ? - I. e. Vaccinated birds challenged against different isolates/strains of H9N2 viruses - what were the results ? Thanks & Regards,,,
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Dear Avner, Thank you for your comments and your question. The one used in the vaccine is the same one that has been isolated from the area 1998 which most of the vaccines companies are using. The difference in response to the vaccine are: 1- vaccine application.2- Type of the adjuvants used . 3- Time of vaccination.Last 2 years we have reisolated the virus again and we found it still the sam ...
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Dear Bouchard,First point you need to look to it when you do not have homogeneity is vaccine application, second the best to evaluate the vaccine is to do HI test which more specific. Regarding the strain yes the strain we are using is matching with the field strain. My advice if you need to evaluate the vaccine in HI or Eisa tests to colect the samples as follow:Day one, 10, 20 and day of the sla ...
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