A vaccination failure occurs when the chickens do not develop suitable antibody titer levels and/or are susceptible to a field disease outbreak. Therefore, an updated review has been thoroughly developed in order to highlight the importance of detecting and solving the major vaccination failures in commercial chickens.
Chronic valvular disease. Servet clinical guides
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