Cattle vaccination studies using novel anti-cattle tick antigens developed during Beef CRC research
The Beef CRC (2005-2012) developed a research program to identify novel tick vaccine candidates and mixtures of vaccines demonstrated promising efficacies in cattle tick challenge trials. The objective of the Cattle vaccination studies using novel anti-cattle tick antigens developed during Beef CRC research project was to screen the components of these mixtures and identify potential lead antigens for development and commercialization for an effective tick vaccine in Australia.
For more information, please read the final report summary and download the final report (B.AHE.0212) (PDF, 353.9 KB) from Meat & Livestock Australia.
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