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Prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)
Bursa of Fabricius
Bursa size, an easy tool to evaluate gumboro vaccination programmes
Bursa size, an easy tool to evaluate gumboro vaccination programmes
GLOBAL HATCHERY HEALTH PROGRAMME (GHHP) will bring innovation and real-time control of the HEALTH of the hatchery.
Diagnosis of Gumboro Disease
GLOBAL HATCHERY HEALTH PROGRAMME – A service beyond vaccination for the prevention of Gumboro disease
GLOBAL HATCHERY HEALTH PROGRAMME – A service beyond vaccination for the prevention of Gumboro disease
GLOBAL HATCHERY HEALTH PROGRAMME (GHHP) will bring innovation and real-time control of the HEALTH of the hatchery.
Prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)
Advantages of immune complex vaccines based on IgY of egg origin for the prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease
Advantages of immune complex vaccines based on IgY of egg origin for the prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease
Immune-complex vaccines are considered as an intelligent tool in the prevention of infectious bursal disease (IBD). These vaccines offer the efficacy of a live virus, but with the advantage of not being neutralized by maternally derived antibodies and an adapted onset of immunity to the protective needs of each chick.
Bursa of Fabricius
Competitive exclusion in the bursa of Fabricius: The hidden protection against IBD
Competitive exclusion in the bursa of Fabricius: The hidden protection against IBD
The protection provided in the case of live vaccines involves a step prior to the creation of specific antibodies against IBDV: The competitive exclusion effect in the bursa of Fabricius.
Prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)
Avian immunosuppressive diseases: How does immunosuppression affect the poultry industry? – Dr. Miquel Nofrarias’ approach
Avian immunosuppressive diseases: How does immunosuppression affect the poultry industry? - Dr. Miquel Nofrarias’ approach
During the World Poultry Virtual Congress by HIPRA, Dr. Miquel Nofrarias explained the main causes and the impact of avian immunosuppressive disease on the poultry industry.
Prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)
Evolution of IBDV. What to expect in the coming years? Dr. Daral Jackwood’s approach
Evolution of IBDV. What to expect in the coming years? Dr. Daral Jackwood's approach
Learn more about the antigenic drift of the IBDV and the evolution we should expect of the different strains of Gumboro disease in the coming years from Dr. Daral J. Jackwood .
Bursa of Fabricius
How do IBDV immune complex vaccine viruses arrive at the bursa of Fabricius on the optimal day?
How do IBDV immune complex vaccine viruses arrive at the bursa of Fabricius on the optimal day?
The IBDV immune-complex vaccines were developed in the late 1990s with the aim of having an IBD vaccine that could be given in the hatchery and that could provide protection regardless of the maternal antibody level of the chicks.
Prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)
Improvements in Gumboro disease with immune complex vaccines
Improvements in Gumboro disease with immune complex vaccines
GUMBOHATCH® is a new immune complex vaccine against Gumboro disease developed by HIPRA. This new immune complex vaccine has introduced a different formulation (IgY of egg origin) and control parameters (free IgY detection and neutralization control) to ensure the complete coating of the IBDV virus.
Vaccination against IBDv
Say hello to the new GumboroPrevention site!
Say hello to the new GumboroPrevention site!
Introducing a brand new site entirely devoted to Infectious Bursal Disease: GumboroPrevention contains a BLOG with the latest trends on prevention techniques, live and recorded WEBINARS, technical VIDEOS and scientific PUBLICATIONS to keep you up to date on this major disease. A new era in the prevention of Gumboro disease in poultry starts with the launch of this new site!
Vaccination against IBDv
Immune complex vaccines against Gumboro: Is there room for improvement?
Immune complex vaccines against Gumboro: Is there room for improvement?
Immune complex vaccines against Gumboro disease were developed in the late 1990s with the aim of having a biological product that could be administered in a hatchery providing protection and safety, regardless of the level of maternal antibodies in chicks.
Prevention of Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD)
Gumboro disease: 4 key aspects for controlling IBD in your farm
Gumboro disease: 4 key aspects for controlling IBD in your farm
Gumboro disease is a highly contagious disease with great resistance in the environment. Vaccination using drinking water vaccines is one of the most established preventative methods globally.
Diagnosis of Gumboro Disease
A better control of the vaccination process against IBDV is possible
A better control of the vaccination process against IBDV is possible
Vaccination against IBDV in hatcheries has become a common practice in poultry since the 90’. The vaccination is performed in-ovo or by subcutaneous injection on the hatch day before the chicks are being placed on farm within a potentially contaminated environment.

In ovo Vaccination
for Gumboro

by Artur Frederico Schlick

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