Bakteriofagi i możliwość ich zastosowania w terapii chorób drobiu


Agnieszka Marek Ewelina Pyzik Dagmara Stępień-Pyśniak Magdalena Sulikowska


Suplementy

Choroby zakaźne zwierząt są najczęstszą przyczyną strat ekonomicznych w systemach produkcji wielkotowarowej. Jednym z najistotniejszych elementów bioasekuracji w chowie drobiu niewątpliwie są szczepienia profilaktyczne uważane za najskuteczniejszy środek zapobiegającym wielu chorobom zakaźnym. Obecnie powszechnie stosowane w drobiarstwie programy profilaktyczne zakładają, że przez szczepienie stad rodzicielskich osiąga się możliwie najwyższy poziom odporności biernej u potomstwa.
 
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