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Feed mycotoxins decrease vaccine efficacy

Published on: 11/18/2015
Author/s : Radka Borutova

Abstract The poultry industry in some countries of the world is currently in a state of panic over the Avian Influenza virus. Vaccination is an alternative strategy used as a supplementary control measure during avian influenza outbreaks; however, its effectiveness can be affected by a variety of immunosuppressive agents including mycotoxins. The presence of mycotoxins in poultry rations could le...

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Nadim Amarin Nadim Amarin
Technical and Marketing manager - META Area - United Animal Health
November 18, 2015
Dear Radka

Thanks for this important article. Is these data published? Can you share it with me? nadim.amarin@boehringer-ingelheim.com

Best Regards
Nadim
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Radka Borutova Radka Borutova
Mycotoxin Management Team, European Technical Support Manager
November 18, 2015
Dear Nadim, unfortunatelly these data have not been published in peer reviewed journal, yet.
Best regards
Radka
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Gerjan Klok Gerjan Klok
Specialist in Animal Nutrition
November 19, 2015
Dear Mrs,

I like to point out that no practical applicable vaccine for Avian Influenza is available. So, these results are not relevant for Avian Influenza.

Gerjan Klok
gklok@schothorst.nl
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cem ugurel cem ugurel
Veterinary Doctor
November 21, 2015
I have been followed with interest your articles Radka Barutova..
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Radka Borutova Radka Borutova
Mycotoxin Management Team, European Technical Support Manager
November 21, 2015
Thank you!
Radka
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