Effectiveness Assessment of a Genetically Modified Live Vaccine in Broilers Challenged with Salmonella Heidelberg (2491_2)
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Sunday |  7:00 AM -  6:00 PM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||220

 

Speaker(s)

Eduardo Muniz Dr.
Zoetis

Current Position: Poultry Technical Services Manager - Zoetis Brazil (From January/2013 until now)<br><br>Background:<br>First Position: Seara Alimentos Poultry Veterinarian (From March/1997 to August/2005)<br>Last Position: Seara Alimentos Animal Health Coordinator (Since August/2005 until December/2012)<br><br>Education:<br><br>Doctorate (Stricto Sensu) in Animal Science – Animal Health - Veterinary Pathology – Avian Medicine<br>UFPR / 'Universidade Federal do Paraná' – Curitiba – concluded in Mar/2014<br><br>Master Science (Stricto Sensu) in Animal Science – Animal Health - Veterinary Pathology – Avian Medicine<br>UFMS / 'Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul' – Campo Grande – concluded in Mar/2006<br><br>Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Medicine<br>UNESP – 'Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho' – Jaboticabal – graduated in Dec/1996

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 0.00
CE Level: 2

Description

Poulvac® ST is a genetically modified live vaccine developed from a strain of Salmonella Typhimurium (STM-1). This serovar shows the configuration of lipopolysaccharide and flagella those common antigens of group B in which (SH) is found, indicating the possibility of good heterologous immune response. This study aims to assess the effectiveness of Poulvac® ST in controlling Salmonella Heidelberg in broilers in both the intestine and in the viscera.