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Current and future recombinant viral vaccines for poultry

, : Current and future recombinant viral vaccines for poultry. Advances in Veterinary Medicine 41: 517-522

The use of biotechnology to create recombinant viral vaccines holds many promises for the future. But, to be practical, new vaccines must have a selective advantage over traditional vaccines. A vaccine that is novel because it is a recombinant vaccine is not enough. Recombinant vaccines must be safer, or more efficacious, or less expensive to produce in order for them to gain a niche in the marketplace.


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