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Enhancing the role of veterinary vaccines reducing zoonotic diseases of humans: linking systems biology with vaccine development.

The aim of research on infectious diseases is their prevention, and brucellosis and salmonellosis as such are classic examples of worldwide zoonoses for application of a systems biology approach for enhanced rational vaccine development. When used optimally, vaccines prevent disease manifestations, reduce transmission of disease, decrease the need for pharmaceutical intervention, and improve the health and welfare of animals, as well as indirectly protecting against zoonotic diseases of people.

Fasciola hepatica vaccines Case Study

Professor John P. Dalton's Case Study presentation on the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica vaccine research and development.

Presentation from the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Viral Vectored Vaccines for Veterinary Vaccinology

Professor Sarah Gilbert's presentation on Viral Vectored Vaccines for Veterinary Vaccinology.

Presentation from the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Novel Tools and Technologies to Accelerate Vaccine Research

Medical Research Council summary of the Novel Tools and Technologies to Accelerate Vaccines Research Workshop 2015

 

Presented at the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Disease and protective immunity in respiratory viral infections

Professor Peter Openshaw's presentation on Disease and protective immunity in respiratory viral infections.

 

Presented at the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Barbervax: the first commercially available sub-unit vaccine for a nematode parasite

Professor David Smith's presentation on Barbevax - a vaccine for Haemonchus contortus.

 

Presented at the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Livestock vaccines in sustainable livestock development and health

Professor Brian Perry's presentation on Livestock vaccines in sustainable livestock development and health.

 

Presented at the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Livestock vaccines in sustainable livestock development and health

Professor Brian Perry's presentation on Livestock vaccines in sustainable livestock development and health.

 

Presented at the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Fish Vaccines - A short but remarkable journey

Professor Patrick Smith's Presentation on the history of fish vaccines to date and future research.

Presented at the Veterinary Vaccinology Network Conference 2015

Fasciola hepatica vaccine: We may not be there yet but we're on the right road

Major advances have been made in identifying potential vaccine molecules for the con-trol of fasciolosis in livestock but we have yet to reach the level of efficacy required forcommercialisation. The pathogenesis of fasciolosis is associated with liver damage that isinflicted by migrating and feeding immature flukes as well as host inflammatory immuneresponses to parasite-secreted molecules and tissue damage alarm signals.

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