Progress in vaccinology volume 4 veterinary vaccines by r pandey s hoglund g prasad 1993 vaccines have historically been considered to be the most cost effective method for preventing communicable diseases it was a vaccine that enabled global eradication of the dreaded disease smallpox. The development of veterinary vaccines is a challenging task however reverse vaccinology is highly promising as a mechanism of veterinary vaccine development significant progress has been made in the field of vaccinology during the era of genomics and next generation vaccines are set to have an increasing impact on animal health. Veterinary vaccines have had and continue to have a major role in protecting animal health and public health reducing animal suffering enabling efficient production of food animals to feed the burgeoning human population and greatly reducing the need for antibiotics to treat food and companion animals. The papers in this volume were presented at symposium on progress in vaccinology 1 5 december 1986 new delhi india rating not yet rated 0 with reviews be the first filariasis veterinary vaccines leprosy malaria and leishmaniasis new approaches to vaccinology index series title progress in vaccinology v 2 . The veterinary vaccinology network a centre of multidisciplinary collaboration for the development of veterinary vaccines more about us become a member has the uk veterinary vaccinology network helped you form grant collaborations
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