Vaccination of Animals


Various approaches can be employed to improve animal health through vaccination. Due to the unique management situation faced by different species, each have their own problems associated with vaccine delivery.

Keywords: vaccines; animals; vaccine delivery

Further Reading

Edelman R (1993) Vaccines: new technologies and applications. Vaccine 11: 1361–1364.

Leong JC and Fryer JC (1993) Viral vaccines for aquaculture. Annual Review of Fish Diseases 3: 225–240.

Newman SG (1993) Bacterial vaccines for fish. Annual Review of Fish Diseases 3: 145–185.

Pastoret P‐P, Blancou J, Vannier P and Verschueren C (1997) Veterinary Vaccinology. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Peters AR (1993) Vaccines for Veterinary Species. Oxford: Butterworth‐Heinemann.

Potter AA and Babiuk LA (1993) Conventional and biotechnological engineered bovine vaccines. In: Pandey R, Hoglund S and Prasad G (eds) Progress in Virology, vol.4, pp. 240–280. New York: Springer‐Verlag.

Willadsen P, Eisemann CH and Tellam RL (1993) ‘Concealed’ antigens expanding the range of immunological targets. Parasitology Today 9: 132–135.

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Babiuk, Lorne A(Jan 2003) Vaccination of Animals. In: eLS. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester. [doi: 10.1038/npg.els.0000962]