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Inactivated, immersion or injection administered vaccine for the prevention of vibriosis in rainbow trout (Oncorhynkus mykiss) and European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax).

Key Features

  • Contains inactivated cultures of (Listonella) Vibrio anguillarum (biotype I and II), carefully selected for their strong immune response and broad-spectrum protection

  • Demonstrated cross-protection against a range of clinically significant Vibrio anguillarum biotype I and biotype II isolates from Europe

  • Proven: Long established vaccine used as industry standard with hundreds of millions of doses used each year

  • Flexible: Can be administered by injection and immersion

  • Primary vaccine used as part of a Total Protection Strategy with AquaVac Vibrio Oral for protection throughout the production cycle

Key Benefits

  • Increased survival in fry and juveniles

  • Reduces the incidence and severity of vibriosis

  • Injection vaccination for control of severe endemic disease

  • Forms part of the Total Protection Strategy against vibriosis

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