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The USDA has approved a 15-month duration of immunity (DOI) claim for Zoetis' Vanguard crLyme vaccine.
The USDA's Animal Plant Health and Inspection Service (APHIS) has prepared an environmental assessment to field test a new poultry vaccine.
US animal health company MSD Animal Health is to increase its global vaccine output with the purchase of an Austrian production facility.
US animal health charity the Morris Animal Foundation (MAH) is funding researchers in Australia to try and help save the country's iconic koala bear from perishing from two different diseases.
Argentine firm Biogénesis Bagó has continued its global expansion by launching its foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccine in Vietnam.
The increasing threat of lumpy skin disease (LSD) in the Middle East and Eastern Europe has prompted the FAO to produce a field manual for animal health professionals to better cope with the economically damaging pathogen.
Researchers in the UK said they have developed a 'reverse genetics' vaccine for the deadly African horse sickness (AHS) virus.
Tokyo-based Niseiken, a subsidiary of the Nippon Institute for Biological Science, said it has obtained marketing approval for its aPEC78 (avian colibacillosis live lyophilized vaccine) product from Thai authorities.
New Zealand's Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) said the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis has been found in a dairy herd in the country's South Island.
US company Aptimmune Biologics has added Jessica Seate to its swine division.
Last month saw a bumper collection of new patent applications featuring innovations made by the leading animal health companies.
Researchers at the UK's Pirbright Institute have edged forward to creating a vaccine that can protect against multiple serotypes of the economically damaging foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV).
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