Participation in Forum on November 21, 2018
Thank you for the clarification, probably there was a misunderstanding since from what I know, there were some efforts from a company to develop a killed vaccine, which was by the way included in the list you mentioned.The results also you shared regarding anticoccidials effectiveness are very meaningful.Kind regards.
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SandySome thoughts on this. Yes birds require a higher bacterial load to get infected as they become aged. One probable reason is salmonella infection in birds will induce a tolerance- development of T-regulatory cells. This might be one reason why they require a higher bacterial load. Our lab conducts research in avian immunology- including pathogens such as coccidia and salmonella. Please keep i ...
Participation in Forum on November 20, 2018
Paul Wagura Tilmicosin is a bacteriostatic, that means it stops only multiplication, that's why we talk more about reducing clinical signs and lesions rather than killing the Mycoplasma. There will be always carriers since Mycoplasma infects and do multiplication in organs less or poorly vascularised, and where only few antibiotics target.
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MG infection is very common in many countries. Most of the PS & Com. flocks of Pakistan found positive in lab and also showing signs of infection in the field. Negative flocks are getting infection easily from contaminated field.Keeping this in view, I personally feel that sue of vaccines either killed or live is useless. Tilmycosin, the latest antimycoplasma drug is giving better results to r ...
Participation in Forum on November 20, 2018
Good day, I have a question about your slide mentioning vaccines and technologies. Don't you think that there was some efforts, regardless commercialization, to improve coccidiosis prevention in broilers, either by using specific devices to improve the vaccination process or to add underestimated strains, such as mitis or praecox? Also, can you give us more details when you mentioned that there i ...
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Sachin Patil The F-vax in the United States has changed over the years and now is very non-reactive compared to the past. in 2000, 1/4 of a dose of F-vax by water or spray would result in respiratory signs and 100% seroconversion. In 2010, a full dose of F-vax by spray produced no respiratory reaction and 30 to 40% positive seroconversion. Our producers now have gone to the eyedrop method of appli ...
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