Contraceptive vaccines for wildlife: a review.

  title={Contraceptive vaccines for wildlife: a review.},
  author={Jay F. Kirkpatrick and Robin O Lyda and Kimberly M Frank},
  journal={American journal of reproductive immunology},
  volume={66 1},
Wildlife, free-ranging and captive, poses and causes serious population problems not unlike those encountered with human overpopulation. Traditional lethal control programs, however, are not always legal, wise, safe, or publicly acceptable; thus, alternative approaches are necessary. Immunocontraception of free-ranging wildlife has reached the management level, with success across a large variety of species. Thus far, the immunocontraceptive research and management applications emphasis have… CONTINUE READING


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