World Animal Vaccination Day is April 20, 2022. At Ringbio, we can't be more happy to celebrate this important day.
As modern animal industry requires higher production efficiency and higher productivity, domestic animals are always being managed in a centerlized way, thus it is important to make sure the animals are safe, healthy and producing more. Vaccine as a way to prevent animal diseases, is now widely used in the animal production. After immunization, the animal body will produce antibodies corresponding to these vaccines, which will further protect against the risk of potential infection, reducing the incidence of the disease, therefore improves the productivity.
To make sure the vaccination is working properly, routine serum antibody titer monitoring is required. Normally we use immunoassays such as ELISA, lateral flow immunoassays, etc to do so. For example, in swine industry, the following diseases are prevented by vaccine, Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV), Porcine circovirus (PCV), Classic Swine Fever Virus (CSFV), Pseudorabies virus (PRV, also known as Aujeszky's disease), Foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV), the vet will check the serum antibody titer using an ELISA kits routinely. In poultry industry, management of influenza and newcastle dieases is also using the same methods. In pet animals, rabies, canine distemper virus, and many other feline diseases are also the same.Vaccination has also become important part of COVID-19 prevention worldwide.
At Ringbio, what we have done is developing the corresponding serum antibody titer ELISA kits and rapid tests for animal testing purpose. For now, we have developed ELISA kits for the major diseases in livestock, poultry and pet animals, which can help the vet to confirm the validity and protectability of the vaccination. Check the links below to find out the related information.
More about World Animal Vaccination Day
World Animal Vaccination Day is an initiative of HealthforAnimals and the World Veterinary Association, occurring annually ahead of European Immunisation Week. It is a global agenda to remind the people and the industry of the importance of vaccine and vaccination to the animals.