Vaccination of wildlife against rabies: successful use of a vectored vaccine obtained by recombinant technology.

@article{Mackowiak1999VaccinationOW,
  title={Vaccination of wildlife against rabies: successful use of a vectored vaccine obtained by recombinant technology.},
  author={Malgorzata Mackowiak and Joanne Maki and Laurie Motes-Kreimeyer and T S Harbin and Kent R. Van Kampen},
  journal={Advances in veterinary medicine},
  year={1999},
  volume={41},
  pages={571-83}
}
The impact of recombinant technology in veterinary and human medicine can only be hypothesized at this time. The development of vaccines and other biological products that go beyond the abilities of conventional products demonstrates the benefits of this new technology. Raboral V-RG was developed as an alternative rabies vaccine with the novel attribute of being effective by the oral route. Within 10 years after its first application as an experimental vaccine in European, red foxes it… CONTINUE READING