Journal of Animal Health and Behavioural Science

ISSN: 2952-8097

Open Access

Balal Sadheghi

Department of Animal Science, Wildlife Research Institute, Bonn, Germany

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    A Field Reading on the Immunization of Animals against the West Nile Disease
    Author(s): Balal Sadheghi*

    Animal vaccines are one of the most significant achievements of modern veterinary medicine. They are used to protect animals from infectious diseases, just like human vaccines protect humans. Animal vaccines have been developed for a wide range of species, including livestock, companion animals, and wildlife. The development of animal vaccines has had a significant impact on the health and welfare of animals, and has also played a crucial role in preventing the spread of zoonotic diseases. There are several types of animal vaccines, including killed vaccines, live vaccines, subunit vaccines, and DNA vaccines. Killed vaccines are made by killing the virus or bacteria and then using the dead microorganism to stimulate an immune response in the animal. Killed vaccines are generally safer than live vaccines, but they may not provide as strong or longlasting protect.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2952-8097.2023.7.182

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