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Research Paper | Biological Engineering | India | Volume 4 Issue 6, June 2015
To Study the Production and Standardization of Veterinary Vaccines
Abstract: Protecting animals from infection is a major obligation of every veterinarians work in order to preserve animal welfare while assuring human health. Highly infectious animal diseases can reduce the performances of food producing animals and may have a great economical impact on many industries. A reliable supply of pure, safe, potent, and effective vaccines is essential for maintenance of animal health and the successful operation of animal health programmes. Immunisation of animals with high quality vaccines is the primary means of control for many animal diseases. The requirements and procedures described here are intended to be general in nature and to be consistent with published standards that are generally available for guidance in the production of veterinary vaccines.
Keywords: Veterinary Vaccines, Immunity, Prevention, Production, Standardization, Haemorrhagic septicemia, Black Quarter, Anthrax Spore, Enterotoxeamia, Sheep pox, Anti-Rabies Vaccine, Swine Fever, New Castle Disease, Mareks Disease Vaccine, Fowl Pox Vaccine
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 6, June 2015,
Pages: 2331 - 2337