Tag Archives: Vaccines

Viral comments (45): Ebola and Congo, almost a perfect storm

This is the fifth (false) month of a new outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), a country that has already experienced ten epidemics for this virus throughout its history. In fact, the virus was discovered there in 1976. And it is not being given excessive importance, assuming it will be solved as precedents. And maybe yes, but…

Bovine tuberculosis: Challenges and controversies (III). Is vaccination an option?

A significant step forward in the fight against african swine fever

Of goats, sheep and tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is one of the diseases with which we work at IRTA-CReSA. We can do this because we have a level 3 biocontainment unit that allows us to work directly and safely with the infectious agents that cause tuberculosis. Zoonoses like this, diseases that affect animals and people, are also one of the reasons that explain the existence of a research center like ours.

CReSAPIENS nº 3; Animal health vaccines