Safety of subcutaneous administration of a new immune complex based vaccine against Infectious Bursal Disease in slow-growing broiler type chickens

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Safety of subcutaneous administration of a new immune complex based vaccine against Infectious Bursal Disease in slow-growing broiler type chickens

The objective of this study was to test experimentally the safety of a new immune complex based vaccine against IBDV when administered subcutaneously in slow-growing broilers in experimental conditions.

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WVPAC Congress, 2019

Datum

16.09.2019

Verfasser

Baratelli, M.; Molist, J.; Puigredon, A.; Zammerini, D.

Zusammenfassung

GUMBOHATCH® might be a suitable solution for slow-growing broiler breeds to prevent IBD; however, further studies are needed to confirm results in field conditions.

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