Veterinary Vaccines: Principles and Applications – Samia Metwally, Gerrit Viljoen, Ahmed El Idrissi
Detailní popis produktu
It covers advice and recommendations for vaccine production, quality control, and effective vaccination schemes including vaccine selection, specifications, vaccination programs, vaccine handling in the field, application, failures, and assessment of herd protection. In addition, the book presents discussions on the current status and potential future developments of vaccines and vaccination against selected transboundary animal diseases.
- Provides a clear and comprehensive guide on using veterinary vaccines to protect livestock from diseases
- Teaches the principles of vaccinology and vaccine immune response
- Highlights the vaccine production schemes and standards for quality control testing
- Offers easy-to-read reviews of the most current research on the subject
- Gives readers advice and recommendations on which vaccination schemes are most effective
- Discusses the today’s state of vaccines and vaccination against selected transboundary animal diseases as well as possible future developments in the field
Veterinary Vaccines: Principles and Applications is an important resource for veterinary practitioners, animal health department officials, vaccine scientists, and veterinary students. It will also be of interest to professional associations and NGO active in livestock industry.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Samia Metwally is a Senior Animal Health Officer (Virologist) in the Animal Production and Health Division at The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy.
Gerrit Viljoen is Head of Animal Production and Health Section of the Joint FAO/IAEA Division, Vienna, Austria.
Ahmed El Idrissi is Former Senior Animal Health Officer (Bacterial & Zoonotic Diseases) in the Animal Production and Health Division at The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
List of Contributors
SECTION I: IMPORTANCE OF VETERINARY VACCINES
Chapter 1: The role of veterinary vaccines in livestock production, animal health and public health
Chapter 2: Principles of vaccinology and vaccine immune response
Chapter 3: Role of the regional and international organizations in vaccine international standards
Chapter 4: Vaccination strategies, implementation and monitoring
SECTION II: CURRENT AND FUTURE VETERINARY VACCINES
Chapter 5: Viral vaccines
Chapter 6: Bacterial and mycoplasma vaccines
Chapter 7: Protozoal and rickettsial vaccines
Chapter 8: Parasite vaccines
Chapter 9: Fish vaccines
Chapter 10: Novel developments and next generation vaccines
SECTION III: ASPECTS OF VACCINE PRODUCTION, QUALITY CONTROL AND DISTRIBUTION
Chapter 11: The manufacture of veterinary vaccines: Manufacturing facilities
Chapter 12: The manufacture of veterinary vaccines: Quality control of the manufacturing processes
Chapter 13: The manufacture of veterinary vaccines: Control of final product
Chapter 14: The manufacture of veterinary vaccines: External assessment and registration of veterinary vaccines
Chapter 15: Aspects of vaccine accessibility and commercialization
Chapter 16: Vaccine strategic reserves
SECTION IV: VETERINARY VACCINES FOR SELECTED ANIMAL DISEASES
Chapter 17: Foot and mouth disease
Chapter 18: Avian influenza
Chapter 19: Rift Valley Fever
Chapter 20: Bluetongue
Chapter 21: Peste des Petits Ruminants
Chapter 22: Brucellosis
Chapter 23: Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia
Chapter 24: Classical Swine Fever
Chapter 25: Newcastle disease virus
Chapter 26: Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome
Chapter 27: Anthrax
Chapter 28: Capripox (lumpy skin disease & sheep and goat pox)
Chapter 29: Rabies
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