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24. Adjuvant in bacterine vaccines

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24. Adjuvant in bacterine vaccines



How important is the adjuvant in bacterine vaccines?


Bacterine vaccines are known to induce slight reactions at the bird's inoculation site compared to viral vaccines. Indeed, the age for the application of these sorts of vaccines is during the final development of the reproductive organs, so that some performance indicators such as fertility rates, amongst others, can be impacted depending on the vaccine.

Did you know that in the range of inactivated Salmonella vaccines there is a special one formulated with a high-tech double emulsion of water in oil in water? Let's review some the most important features of this double emulsion technology.

 

 

 

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