Botulism cattle 101

haemolyticum in sheep) Target species: Sheep and cattle Active substances: Product name: Gripork Indication for use: H1N1 and H3N1 Swine vaccine to prevent influenza or flu. Active substances: Inactivated swine influenza virus, A (H1N1) OLL and A (H3N2) “G” strains. Data sheet: Gripork data sheet Please contact us, we are open to provide support and information in order to help you further.Botulism is a potentially lethal paralytic disease caused by botulinum neurotoxin.Target species: Pigs (pregnant sows and gilts) Active substances: Composition of one vaccination dose (2 ml): O101: K99: F41 (F5, F41) RP ≥ 1* * Relative potency (determined by ELISA method) in comparison with reference serum obtained from mouse vaccinated with batch which satisfied in challenge test on target species. 0.19 % Thiomersalum 0.01 % Adjuvans: Emulsio olei ad 2 ml Emulsion for injection. Data sheet Rokovac NEO SPC NL Rotavirus article NL Product Name: Botulism Indication for use: Vaccine to prevent infection of nervous system caused by bacteria, especially in cows but may also include other species of animals.Sensitive and rapid in vitro assays have been developed, but they have not yet been appropriately validated on clinical and food matrices. botulinum are poorly developed, and efficient isolation and identification tools are lacking.Target species: Chicken Active substance: Live attenuated virus of avian encephalomyelitis, CALNEK 1143 strain.The neurotoxin detection is based on the mouse lethality assay.Titre: not less than 103.2 TCID50/ dose; PHARMACEUTICAL FORM Freeze-dried vaccine and diluent for suspension for eye drop administration Product name: Trichoben Indication for use: Bovine trichophytosis, for both the prevention and treatment of Bovine trichophytosis Bovine Ringworm, for both the prevention and treatment of Bovine ringworm Target species: Cattle from one day of age Active substances: Trichophyton verrucosum – min. Botulism is a rare but serious paralytic illness caused by a nerve toxin that is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum and sometimes by strains of Clostridium butyricum and Clostridium baratii.