AT the 2015 Animal Health Research Symposium, experts described four expectations that new vaccine adjuvants should meet and presented data about a next-generation vaccine under development that could be the first to use DNA technology to immunize poultry against avian influenza virus (AIV).
"Disease-causing organisms are constantly evolving to gain a competitive edge, and many endanger both human and animal health," VaxLiant co-founder Dr. Tim Mi
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