New hope for h9 and ND protection

High and long-lasting H9 and ND protection for every bird in your flock, thanks to the absence of MDA interference


What is H9?

  • An influenza A virus low pathogenic avian influenza presence mainly in intertropical
  • Causes local respiratory infection and complications with other respiratory diseases
  • Underestimated

Why is H9 endemic?

  • Subclinical and clinical disease
  • No efficient solution
  • Political and trade concerns

What is the current solution ?

  • Only H9 inactivated solutions - no live vaccines
  • Interference with MDA
  • Limited immune response

Wishlist for a new innovative solution

  • Overcome the high MDA
  • Protection  against high challenges
  • Protection against emerging new lineages
  • Shedding control
  • DIVA compatibility

Newflend ND H9 - A Revolutionary Solution

  • High and homogeneous – MDA compatible
  • Broad spectrum with consensus sequence
  • Reduction of shedding
  • Long duration of immunity
  • Efficient monitoring

New hope for H9 and ND protection

High and long-lasting ND and H9 protection
for every bird and every flock

Feature of the product

  • HVT Vector for ND & H9

Advantages vs inactivated

  • MDA compatibility
  • HVT vector replication in macrocytes and all immune cells
  • HVT vector continuous, lifelong replication
  • DIVA compatibility

Benefits for the customer

  • High and homogenous protection
  • Broad spectrum with consensus sequence
  • Reduction of shedding
  • Long duration of immunity 80 weeks
  • Efficient monitoring

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Newcastle Disease

Newcastle Disease (ND) is a highly contagious disease that varies widely in the type and severity of symptoms. It is one of the main barriers to international trade of poultry and poultry products and the economic impact of this disease is enormous.

ND is a noti­fiable disease to the World Animal Health Organization (OIE), where a global risk analysis can be done to distinguish high challenge (where ND outbreaks are frequent) from low challenge countries.

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