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This book discusses the global market for animal health products focusing on the Brazilian animal health market which is considered the second largest in the world next to USA and overtaking some Latin American Countries. Highlight of this book focused on the economic growth, sales performance, and ...

Author(s)
Axt, B.
Publisher
Informa UK Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Animal health 2013 - Brazil and Latin America, 2013, pp 50 pp.
Abstract

This report gives details on the animal health and nutrition markets in the 18 countries of Latin America, with details of local animal health status, animal numbers, meat production and market size. The total market for animal health and nutrition products in Latin America was worth about $1.5...

Author(s)
Revolledo, L.
Publisher
Animal Pharm Reports, Richmond, UK
Citation
The market for animal health and nutrition products in Latin America, 2002, pp 148 pp.
Abstract

PANAFTOSA and LARA have developed an oil-adjuvanted FMD vaccine which gives longer immunity than the classical aluminium hydroxide-saponin vaccines. It has been produced on a semi industrial scale by both institutions and the technology has been successfully transferred to production laboratories...

Author(s)
Olascoaga, R. C.; Augé de Mello, P.; Abaracon, D.; Gomes, I.; Alonso F., A.; Mesquita, J. A.; Darsie, G. C.; Pinkoski, D. I.; Deak, J. G.; Gubel, J. G.; Barbosa, J. R.
Citation
Boletin del Centro Panamericano de Fiebre Aftosa, 1992, No. 56, pp 3-51
Abstract

C. discussed the literature dealing with the role of vampire bats in the spread of rabies among cattle in Latin America since 1911, when the association between Desmodontidae and rabies epizootics in Brazil was first suspected. He described efforts to control the disease by destruction of these...

Author(s)
CARNEIRO, V.
Publisher
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 1954, 10, pp 775-780

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