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Scotland's Moredun Research Institute has received a cash boost to test vaccines for reducing damaging red mites in poultry production using fewer chickens.
A significant achievement in the search for a vaccine for the economically damaging African swine fever (ASF) has been claimed by Australian and US researchers.
A US veterinary foundation claims that vaccinating dogs against rabies can have multiple health benefits for animals and potentially humans.
Southeast Asian country Vietnam will produce its own vaccines against two common strains of avian influenza, according to local media.
German firm IDT Biologika is set to bring another rabies vaccine to market in Europe after receiving a positive opinion ruling.
Introducing the inaugural Aquaculture Innovation Summit 2017 in London, Alejandro Bernal outlined Zoetis' take on developing new products for fish health. Following his presentation, Animal Pharm editor caught up with the firm's executive vice president and group president of strategy, commercial and business development to hear more about the industry leader's tactics in aquaculture.
A panel of experts discussed the future of the fish health sector at the recent Aquaculture Innovation Summit in London. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey attended to hear about an industry searching for next-generation answers to its unmet needs.
Belgian company ViroVet has added another €1.5 million ($1.76 million) to its working capital after completing the second closing of its series A financing round.
New Zealand animal health industry body Agcarm has told the country's farmers it is important to get their herds vaccinated against the zoonotic disease leptospirosis.
French biotechnology company VitamFero has deepened its immunotherapy know-how by appointing Jean-Loup Romet-Lemonne to the role of executive chairman.
A wide-ranging public-private partnership has started developing bacterial vaccines across both animal and human health.
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