In December 1991, at FAO Headquarters in Rome, the Animal Production and Health Division held an Expert Consultation in the Quality Control of Veterinary Vaccines in Developing Countries. The purpose of the consultation was to bring together experts in various aspects of vaccine production and quality control, to consider existing problems and likely future developments in the application of vaccines for the control of animal disease and to make recommendations in this important field. The consultation recommended that FAO lead the way in forging a closer cooperation among international organizations in the development of a more coherent approach to vaccine quality control; this manual is FAO s response to that recommendation. Written by some of the most highly regarded international experts in the field, the manual is principally concerned with providing guidelines and recommendations for the application of modern methods of vaccine production and evaluation, and also presents information on the state of veterinary vaccine development. Contents: Part I: Overview: The Present State of Veterinary Vaccine Development Chapter 1: The Introduction of Immunity by Veterinary Immunoprophylactics by W I Morrison, Chapter 2: Genetically Engineered Vaccines by B W J Mahy, Chapter 3: Viral Vaccines by F Brown, Chapter 4: Bacterial Vaccines by P D Walker, Chapter 5: Mycoplasmal Vaccines by A Provost, Chapter 6:Protozoal and Rickettsial Vaccines by A J DeVos, E Pipano, F Muissi and W K Jorgenesn, Chapter 7: Multicellular Parasite Vaccines by J B McKeand and D P Knox, Poultry Vaccines (1) Chapter 8: Conventional Vaccines by J B McFerran, Poultry Vaccines (2) Chapter 9: Special Requirements for Village Chickens by R P Spradbrow, Chapter 10: Fish Vaccines by A Adams, K D Thompson and R J Roberts, Chapter 11: Role of the Office International des Epizooties and International Organizations in Vaccine Quality Standardization by M Truszcynski and J Blancou. Part II: Planning and Management of Vaccine Production Chapter 12: Registration, Licensing, Controls and Practical Issues Related to Veterinary Vaccines by P Vannier, Chapter 13: The Role of Private Industry in the Transfer of Vaccine Tecnology to Developing Countries by A J B Haigh, Chapter 14: General Design and Operating Requirements for Vaccine Manufacturing Establishments by P J Radlett, Chapter 15: Design, Repair and Maintenance of Vaccine Manufacturing Establishments and Equipment by J Estefanell and L Mesopir, Chapter 16: Aspects of Financial Management of Vaccine Manufacturing Operations in Developing Countries by P deGreve, Chapter 17: The Logistics of Vaccine Manufacture in Developing Countries by P Hunter. Part III: Production Operations Chapter 18: Basic Laboratory Services and Media Preparation for Vaccine Production by E E Worrall, Chapter 19: Modern Cell Culture Technology for Vaccine Manufacture by P J Radlett, Chapter 20: Fermentation Technology for the Production of Bacterial Vaccines by F Bover, Chapter 21: The Use of Lyophilization in the Manufacture of Vaccines by J C Mariner, Inactivation of Antigents for Veterinary Vaccines (1) Chapter 22: Viral Vaccines by H G Bahnemann, Inactivation of Antigents for Veterinary Vaccines (2) Chapter 23: Bacterial Vaccines, Chapter 24: Adjuvants in Veterinary Vaccines by R Bomford, Chapter 25: Bottling, Labelling and Packaging of Vaccines by V A Srinivasan, A P Kariath and P B V P Bangar Raju. Part IV: Quality Assurance and Quality Control Chapter 26: Quality Assurance and Good Manufacturing Practice by J P Soulebot, V J Palya, M Rweyemamu and D Sylla, Chapter 27: The Principles of Good Laboratory Practices, Including Safety in Vaccines Production and Quality Control by C A Mebus, Chapter 28: The Role of Reference and Regional Laboratories by A I Donaldson and V Astudillo, Chapter 29: Description and Documentation of Production and Quality Control of Veterinary Vaccines by S Ullah and G Blocks, Chapter 30: Assessment of Potency in Bacterial Vaccines by P A Knight, Chapter 31: Potency Control of Modified Live Viral Vaccines by C Terpstra, Chapter 32: Potency Assessment of Inactivated Viral Vaccines by T R Doel, Chapter 33: In Vitro Potency Testing of Inactivated Biologics: Current Situation in the European Union by J P Soulebot, F Milward and P Prevost, Chapter 34: Sterility Management and Testing of Vaccines and Raw Materials for Adventitious Agents by G Blocks.The consultation recommended that FAO lead the way in forging a closer cooperation among international organizations in the development of a more coherent approach to vaccine quality control; this manual is FAO s response to that ...
|Title||:||Vaccine Manual: The Production and Quality Control of Veterinary Vaccines for Use in Developing Countries|
|Publisher||:||Daya Books - 1999-01-01|