CYTED Network to develop an immunogen compatible with integrated management strategies for tick control in cattle

Rodríguez-Mallon, A, Anadón, JLC, Pérez, AAL, Gervásio H. Bechara, Rosângela Z. Machado, Cruz, RL, A Domingos, Tamayo Sosa, AR

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Abstract

INCOGARR is a thematic network recently approved to be financially supported by the Ibero-American Program of Science and Technology for Development (CYTED). The objectives of this Network are the design and evaluation of an efficient and feasible anti-tick vaccine candidate from the technical and economical points of view and also sharing experiences in the immunological control of ticks as part of an Integrated Control Program. The Network consists of seven laboratories and one company from six countries. The first meeting of the Network took place with the representation of each laboratory involved. In the meeting, general and specific objectives and activities of the Network were discussed and it was a very nice example of international collaboration to address an unsolved worldwide topic on tick control in which laboratories with different competencies and expertise join their efforts in a common goal.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)p. 6581-6586
Number of pages6
JournalVaccine
VolumeVol. 36
Issue numbern.º 45
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 4 Oct 2018

Keywords

  • Anti-tick vaccine
  • CYTED
  • P0 peptide
  • Silk nanoparticles
  • Tick control

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    A, R-M., JLC, A., AAL, P., Bechara, G. H., Machado, R. Z., RL, C., ... AR, T. S. (2018). CYTED Network to develop an immunogen compatible with integrated management strategies for tick control in cattle. Vaccine, Vol. 36(n.º 45), p. 6581-6586. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2018.09.064