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Informa Life Sciences’ 7th Annual Veterinary Vaccines

05 Dec 2012 - 06 Dec 2012 - Brussels, Belgium



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Critical innovations and the latest technological advances in adjuvants and delivery platforms for veterinary vaccines

Informa Life Sciences’ 7th Annual Veterinary Vaccines conference has been specifically designed to provide you with critical innovations for identifying and responding to emerging diseases and regulatory feedback for veterinary vaccine registrations. Plus the latest technological advances in adjuvant, delivery platforms and cell expression systems from industry and academia to optimise your vaccine development programme. 

Conference Highlights include:

- Examine current & future perspectives for major veterinary vaccine targets & technological advances in vaccine development

- Gain strategic industry advice on the development and licensing strategies for next gen vet vaccines

- Improve your vaccine efficacy – Explore the latest breakthroughs in adjuvant technologies

- Understand the legislation and gain clarification on the technical requirements for the registration of advanced GMO vaccines in Europe direct from the Danish Health and Medicines Authority

…and many more!

Please quote CQ8132TECH when booking your place!

For more information and to download the conference brochure, please visit:  

http://www.informa-ls.com/CQ8132TECH




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