2 edition of Rinderpest vaccines found in the catalog.
K. V. L. Kesteven
Written in English
|Series||FAO agricultural studies,, no. 8|
|LC Classifications||SF966 .K47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 71 p.|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||51005693|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The ravages of rinderpest led directly to the establishment of the OIE in Although it was initially unsuccessful, the development of rinderpest vaccine was among the earliest efforts of Robert Koch (–) and Sir Arnold Theiler (–). An attenuated goat-passaged vaccine was eventually developed in the by:
During the s, attenuated rinderpest vaccines were developed by passage of the virus in non-natural hosts: for example, rabbit and embryonated eggs (lapinised/avianised) or goats (caprinised). A lapinised/avianised vaccine was developed in Japan that was used extensively to control the disease in . The fight against rinderpest is an example for how case numbers could be driven down even before the invention of a potent vaccine, which was only developed in This illustrates that while having effective means against a disease was important for eradication, the proper implementation of other measures significantly reduced the disease burden even before.
Following the successful eradication of rinderpest, the World Organization of Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have set a goal to eradicate peste des petits ruminants (PPR) globally by Vaccination is being taken forward as the key strategy along with epidemiological surveillance to target vaccination efforts and eradicate the disease. PPR is highly. THis book is a very well documented book explaining how the military and gov. are using experimental vaccines on our troops. It is even more scary when you find out that the aduvant squalene that they chose to use, was proven toxic to animals, before they even began to make their vaccines, and they chose to use it anyway/5.
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The Rinderpest Campaigns: A Virus, Its Vaccines, and Global Development in the Twentieth Century (Global and International History) Hardcover – Aug by Amanda Kay McVety (Author)Author: Amanda Kay McVety. McVety follows the deployment of rinderpest vaccines around the globe, exploring the role of the environment in the understanding of development, internationalism, and national security.
She expands the standard Cold War narratives to show how these concepts were framed not only by economic and political concerns, but also by biological : Amanda Kay McVety. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rinderpest vaccines. Washington, D.C.: [FAO?], (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
The book's argument begins by relating how rinderpest aided European colonialism during the nineteenth century by killing off indigenous bovines (domesticated and wild), causing widespread starvation and drastic impoverishment over much Author: Susan D.
Within 2 years, the project was producing rinderpest vaccine that retained the international required minimum immunizing dose for up to eight months at 37°C [24,25], and 10 days at 56°C. The new vaccine, named ThermoVax, had a recommended shelf life of 30 days outside the cold-chain and it was required to hold the minimum titre for 14 days at 45°C, sufficient to dramatically Cited by: A GlobAl Effort PAys off.
Rinderpest has been a dreaded cattle disease for millennia, causing massive losses to livestock and wildlife on three continents. This deadly cattle plague triggered several famines and caused the loss of draught animal power in agricultural communities in File Size: 2MB.
The principal vaccine used to control rinderpest was the tissue culture rinderpest vaccine (TCRV) produced in calf kidney cells for cattle. Plowright and others developed the vaccine in Kabete, Kenya, in TCRV is easy and cheap to produce and can be freeze-dried. Rinderpest led to one of the earliest theories of infectious diseases [25, 26], one of the first plans to vaccinate (9 years before the European introduction of smallpox inoculation [10, 22]), the first demonstration of protective maternal immunity [34, 35], and one of the first uses of a thermometer to document febrile by: Cell-cultured vaccines were effective in preventing rinderpest.
The eradication of the disease in a particular area or region depended on control of the disease in wild animals and the elimination of infected domestic animals.
Immunization by vaccine combined with quarantine was the most effective method of control. The vaccinia and capripox recombinant vaccines can also act as effective marker vaccines for rinderpest and peste des petits ruminants as their serological signature lacks responses to the nucleocapsid (N) proteins of the viruses.
Rinderpest and Peste des Petits Ruminants tells the story of how, by the yearscientists are set to globally eradicate one of the great historic plagues that has ravaged human livestock for centuries. Descriptions of the disease in Europe date back to the 4th century and it was regularly re-introduced following wars and other civil unrest until late in the 19th century.
McVety follows the deployment of rinderpest vaccines around the globe, exploring the role of the environment in the understanding of development, internationalism, and national security. She expands the standard Cold War narratives to show how these concepts were framed not only by economic and political concerns, but also by biological : $ Finding a Vaccine.
As rinderpest advanced and receded over the centuries, it led to some important scientific advances. An education campaign using comic books. master seed stocks as well as to extend the shelf life of the vaccine that was currently held. Dr David Ulaeto led the discussion on the criteria for selection of manufacturers which wished to produce rinderpest vaccine.
The criteria for replenishment/expansion of vaccine reserves (i.e. Go to Google Play Now» CENTO Seminar on the Control and Eradication of Viral Diseases in the CENTO Region: With Special Emphasis on Foot-and-mouth Disease and Rinderpest and Renderpest-like Diseases; [papers, Volume But according to ILRI's Jeffrey Mariner, the analysis' lead author and inventor of the temperature-stable rinderpest vaccine, it was the role played by pastoralists that really turned rinderpest.
A vaccine is used where the disease is established and it provides good immunity. Because of the close relationship of PPR virus to Rinderpest virus, Rinderpest virus had been used as a vaccine, but with the current efforts to eradicate Rinderpest worldwide, it is no longer used.
What is the public health risk associated with this disease. Both a theoretical text and a practical handbook, Vaccines for Veterinarians is the first of its kind to bring the basic science of animal vaccination and the practical details of vaccine use together in one single the first chapter on the history of vaccination and the triumph of rinderpest eradication to the last chapter on the rapidly emerging field of cancer vaccines, this book Pages: Rinderpest Last Updated: June 1, Importance Rinderpest is an acute (sudden), contagious disease of cattle, domestic buf-falo, and some species of wildlife.
It is characterized by fever, oral erosions, diarrhea, abscesses in lymph nodes, and high mortality (death). Etiology Rinderpest is caused by a single–stranded RNA virus in the family File Size: 52KB. Century (,and ). In Britain, this led to the first attempts to regulate livestock trade.
Goat-adapted live vaccines made a major impact on rinderpest in the first half of the 20File Size: KB.Both a theoretical text and a practical handbook, Vaccines for Veterinarians is the first of its kind to bring the basic science of animal vaccination and the practical details of vaccine use together in one single the first chapter on the history of vaccination and the triumph of rinderpest eradication to the last chapter on the rapidly emerging field of cancer vaccines, this book.Inthe FAO launched the Global Rinderpest Eradication Programme as a means to coordinate international efforts to eliminate and verify elimination of the disease.
The program was intended to lead to a declaration of global rinderpest freedom byaccording to the FAO. The last rinderpest vaccines were used in