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Animal Pharm Vaccines and Formulations for the control of Bovine Mastitis and Reproductive Disease 2017


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Vaccines and Formulations for the control of Bovine Mastitis and Reproductive Disease 2017

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This unique report is fundamental reading for those interested in finding out why treatments until now have been inefficient and what can be done to improve them.


The mastitis therapeutic market is estimated at about US$1 billion per annum and until now, mastitis control has depended heavily on the use of antimicrobials. this antibiotic use has been linked to an increase in the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains and is therefore an incentive to develop novel, alternative, safe products. Attention is being turned towards the development of new vaccines and prophylactic approaches.


Key insights within this report include:

• Historical treatments

• New technical developments

• New vaccines

• Prophylactic approaches

• Market potential


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Professor Andy Peters is Managing Director of ARPEXAS Ltd., a UK based company, which provides consultancy to the animal health industry, academia and the third sector in development of veterinary medicines, with special emphasis on vaccines, diagnostics and biopharmaceuticals. His recent focus has been on vaccine development for livestock in sub-Saharan Africa and he has worked on several programmes on animal health in developing countries, with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He is also currently Director of the Sustainable Evidence Base Interventions (SEBI) programme at the University of Edinburgh. He is a veterinarian with PhD and DSc degrees in animal science and has published some 160 scientific papers and two books, as well as Animal Pharm special reports.

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