Safety and efficacy of a vector Marek’s/Newcastle vaccine (rHVT-F) applied to broilers reared in non-vaccinating and velogenic Newcastle Disease virus (NDV)-free poultry production systems

Published on: 09/05/2016
Author/s : Luiz Sesti 1, Carlos Kneipp 2, Leandro Bianchet 2. / Ceva Animal Health - 1 Latin America, 2 Brazil.

Introduction Velogenic Newcastle Disease (ND), a dreadful poultry disease caused by a paramyxovirus type-I (Newcastle Disease Virus - NDV), continues to be an important threat to the modern poultry industry all over the world (4). An effective control of ND consists primarily of good biosecurity practices, preventive vaccination of flocks and the culling of infected birds and birds at risk of bei...

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Bouayad Bouayad
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September 5, 2016
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