Autovaccine / herd specific vaccine

Autovaccine / herd specific vaccine

Our laboratory is licensed to produce kennel/stall specific vaccines against papillomatosis in horses, dogs and cattle. Kennel or stable-specific vaccines can be used for the treatment of individual animals and for prophylaxis in herds. The production of a vaccine takes about 10 days and requires native wart material / sarcoid (shipped in sterile physiological NaCl), which is mechanically digested (10% suspension) and inactivated in the laboratory. Part of the suspension is used for electron microscopic detection (electron microscopy) of papillomavirus and if positive, an auto vaccine is prepared (in the case of equine sarcoid, detection is by PCR). An aluminium hydroxide gel is used as adjuvant. The finished vaccine preparation is tested for sterility. Depending on the amount of material sent in, a different number of single doses of 1ml each will be sent. It is recommended to apply the vaccine at least twice at intervals of approx. 3-4 weeks. Here you can find our submission form for vaccine production.