Influenza Vaccine - Flu Vaccine For Nonhumans

Flu Vaccine For Nonhumans

See also: Influenza A virus and Influenza#Infection in other animals

"Vaccination in the veterinary world pursues four goals: (i) protection from clinical disease, (ii) protection from infection with virulent virus, (iii) protection from virus excretion, and (iv) serological differentiation of infected from vaccinated animals (so-called DIVA principle). In the field of influenza vaccination, neither commercially available nor experimentally tested vaccines have been shown so far to fulfil all of these requirements."

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