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Vaccination in poultry

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Vaccination is one of the cornerstones of poultry production. In fact, it is one of the aspects that most influence production parameters in the poultry industry. In broilers, the optimum time of vaccination should aim at obtaining the maximum meat yield. In layers and breeders, both time and the route of administration have an influence in the quality of egg shells and the number of eggs per laying, among others.

Francisco Javier Torrubia Díaz

Graduated from the Universidad Complutense of Madrid in 1976, Javier Torrubia owns a vast experience as a specialist in avian health, both in egg and meat production. His areas of expertise include the study of poultry diseases, as well as the management and establishment of health and vaccination programmes. Javier Torrubia has worked with many national and international companies, and has attended many national and international meetings and congresses all over the world.

Sonia Téllez Peña

Dr Téllez obtained her Veterinary Degree (1998) and PhD (2003) from Universidad Complutense of Madrid (UCM) in Spain. She joined the Department of Animal Health of UCM in 1999 with her doctoral thesis “Detection and characterisation of Salmonella spp. in reptiles and amphibians”. Since then, she has been doing research within the VISAVET Health Surveillance Centre of the UCM, focusing mainly in the surveillance of the microorganisms responsible for food-borne zoonoses and antimicrobial resistances. She is currently doing research in the private sphere.

Cristina Gómez Martínez

Cristina Gómez received her Veterinary Degree from the University of Extremadura (Spain) in 2007 and her Master on Food Safety in 2010 from the College of veterinary surgeons of Madrid and the Universidad Complutense of Madrid (UCM). The research project she presented at the end of her studies dealt with “Application, assessment and improvement of management plans as the basis of a system based on HACCP principles, in order to reduce the prevalence and the risk of introduction and spreading of food-borne zoonoses in poultry meat”. Currently, she is in charge of the Unit of Project Management of VISAVET Health Surveillance Centre of the UCM.

Dr. França is an Assistant Professor at Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center at University of Georgia (USA), where she is involved with diagnostic service for the poultry industry, research and teaching. She has published several articles about various avian diseases in international journals.

Rüdiger Hauck

Certified Veterinary Specialist for Poultry Diseases and Microbiology and Diplomate of the European College of Poultry Veterinary Science, Dr Rüdiger Hauck received his degree in Veterinary Sciences from Freie Universität Berlin in 2002. His areas of interest include viral vaccination studies, detection and typing of bacterial pathogens, and studies on protozoan parasites. At present, he is a Veterinary Consultant at the Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit, where Dr Hauck is a member of the team Antimicrobial Resistance.

Thierry van den Berg

Dr van den Berg holds a DVM (University of Liège, Belgium, 1983), a MSc in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (University of Brussels, Belgium, 1987) and a PhD in Sciences (University of Brussels, Belgium, 1994). He is also a member of the European Society for Veterinary Virology. He is currently the Operational Director of the unit “Viral Diseases” in CODA-CERVA and the former Head of the Small Stock Diseases Section at VAR, where he coordinated various studies on Avian Viral Diseases of Poultry. Dr van den Berg has a particular interest in promoting collaboration between research teams in Europe, training of young scientists and disseminating know-how and technology in the poultry field. He is also member of the editorial board of Avian Pathology.

1. VACCINATION AGAINST VIRAL DISEASES.

Marek’s disease

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Newcastle disease

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Infectious bronchitis

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Infectious bursal disease

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Fowlpox

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Avian encephalomyelitis

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Avian influenza

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Avian pneumovirus

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Infectious laryngotracheitis

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Chicken anemia virus infection

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Egg drop syndrome

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Reovirus

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

References

2. VACCINATION AGAINST BACTERIAL DISEASES

Pullorum disease and fowl typhoid

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Infectious coryza

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Mycoplasma gallisepticum infections

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Fowl cholera

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Avian colibacillosis

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale infections

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Mycoplasma synoviae infections

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Paratyphoid

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Other bacterial diseases

Erysipelas

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Necrotic enteritis

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Bacterial diseases specific to turkeys and ducks

Bordetellosis

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

Infections with Riemerella anatipestifer

Description of the disease

Affected parameters and clinical signs

Vaccination

Relationship between vaccination and disease control

Performance parameters that should be monitored

References

3. VACCINATION AGAINSTPARASITIC DISEASES

Introduction

Coccidiosis

Introduction

Causative agent

Prophylaxis by other means than vaccination

Immunity against coccidiosis

Vaccination

Vaccines against other parasites

Leucocytozoon caulleryi

Histomonas meleagridis

Dermanyssus gallinae

Ascaridia galli

References

4. VACCINESOF THE FUTURE. FOCUSON VIRAL DISEASES

Introduction

Measurement of the protective immune response

Limitations of classical live and inactivated vaccines

Molecular engineering of modified classical live accines

Vector vaccines

Subunit vaccines

Adjuvant and formulations

Immune complexes

In ovo vaccination

Perspectives: focus on hatchery vaccination

Conclusions

References

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  • Autor/es Cristina Gómez Martínez, Francisco Javier Torrubia Díaz, Rüdiger Hauck, Sonia Téllez Peña, Thierry van den Berg
  • Año de edición 2014
  • Nº Páginas 208
  • Encuadernación Hard cover
  • Tamaño 22 X 28

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