Veterinary and human vaccine evaluation methods

  title={Veterinary and human vaccine evaluation methods},
  author={Theodore J. D. Knight-Jones and Karen Edmond and Simon Gubbins and David James Paton},
  booktitle={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
Despite the universal importance of vaccines, approaches to human and veterinary vaccine evaluation differ markedly. For human vaccines, vaccine efficacy is the proportion of vaccinated individuals protected by the vaccine against a defined outcome under ideal conditions, whereas for veterinary vaccines the term is used for a range of measures of vaccine protection. The evaluation of vaccine effectiveness, vaccine protection assessed under routine programme conditions, is largely limited to… CONTINUE READING
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