New Poultry H5N1 Vaccine Differentiates Infected from Vaccinated Birds
CIDRAP News, Wednesday 3 October 2012

Dutch scientists have developed a poultry vaccine against H5N1 avian flu that contains the neuraminidase (N) gene from human influenza B, which makes it possible to use serologic tests to distinguish between infected and vaccinated birds, according to a report published today in Vaccine.

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