Vaccines


Flock specific vaccines – we offer the complete service

If no commercial vaccines are available flock specific vaccines provide a solution to protect our costumer’s livestock against pathogens. 

Poultry

AniCon Labor GmbH produces custom made bacterial and viral vaccines for farm livestock.

Custom made vaccines (CMVs) are produced from bacteria and/or viruses, which were isolated from diseased animals. This vaccine is specifically only to be used in animals of the farm the isolates has been isolated from or in animal which are reared and will be moved to this origin farm.

Big pharmaceutical companies often are not interested in going through extensive approval procedures or to proceed with existing approvals regarding vaccines for minor use ore minor species. Therefore custom made vaccines provide a solution if no commercial vaccines are available.

Pathogens could change over time in their antigenic characteristics. Therefore the protective efficiency of antigens in commercial vaccines possibly might decrease.

To achieve the best possible protective effect of a CMV it is important to continuously check the situation of pathogens in a flock for always being up to date with the composition of the vaccine. The production of CMVs requires an official approval of the laboratory, which is based on appropriate technical facilities and specific production procedures.

After successful isolation of pathogens, the isolates have to be further characterized (e.g. serotype, virulence factors). Selected pure isolates has to be propagated. In various steps the harvested isolates are finally processed into a vaccine.

One of those steps includes the addition of an adjuvant to stimulate the immune response of the vaccinated animal. We routinely use aluminium hydroxide for aqueous vaccines, incomplete Freund’sches adjuvans for water-in-oil-vaccines and commercial oil-in-water adjuvants.

CMVs are always inactivated, they do not contain pathogens which are able to propagate. Normally they are parenterally injected, that means application to each individual animal.

As CMVs are produced individually for each request, we needs approximately 4 – 6 weeks (bacterial vaccines) or 6 – 8 weeks (viral vaccines/combinations of viral and bacterial pathogens) from the placed order to delivery of the vaccine. During this period for each request, the bacterial and/or viral isolates are characterized, the antigen are propagated and finally the quality of the vaccine is determined. This quality control is performed in accordance to the European pharmacopoeia.

So please note the delivery periods for each order!

Contacts

SALES
Klaus Torborg
+49 171 / 5 15 26 09
torborg@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Swaantje Rönchen
Certified Veterinary Specialist in Poultry
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 52
roenchen@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Diana Petzoldt
Certified Veterinary Specialist in Poultry, EBVS European Specialist in Poultry Veterinary Science
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 786
petzoldt@anicon.eu

Swine

AniCon Labor GmbH produces custom made bacterial and viral vaccines for farm livestock.

Custom made vaccines (CMVs) are produced from bacteria and/or viruses, which were isolated from diseased animals. This vaccine is specifically only to be used in animals of the farm the isolates has been isolated from or in animal which are reared and will be moved to this origin farm.

Big pharmaceutical companies often are not interested in going through extensive approval procedures or to proceed with existing approvals regarding vaccines for minor use ore minor species. Therefore custom made vaccines provide a solution if no commercial vaccines are available.

Pathogens could change over time in their antigenic characteristics. Therefore the protective efficiency of antigens in commercial vaccines possibly might decrease.

To achieve the best possible protective effect of a CMV it is important to continuously check the situation of pathogens in a flock for always being up to date with the composition of the vaccine. The production of CMVs requires an official approval of the laboratory, which is based on appropriate technical facilities and specific production procedures.

After successful isolation of pathogens, the isolates have to be further characterized (e.g. serotype, virulence factors). Selected pure isolates has to be propagated. In various steps the harvested isolates are finally processed into a vaccine.

One of those steps includes the addition of an adjuvant to stimulate the immune response of the vaccinated animal. We routinely use aluminium hydroxide for aqueous vaccines, incomplete Freund’sches adjuvans for water-in-oil-vaccines and commercial oil-in-water adjuvants.

CMVs are always inactivated, they do not contain pathogens which are able to propagate. Normally they are parenterally injected, that means application to each individual animal.

As CMVs are produced individually for each request, we needs approximately 4 – 6 weeks (bacterial vaccines) or 6 – 8 weeks (viral vaccines/combinations of viral and bacterial pathogens) from the placed order to delivery of the vaccine. During this period for each request, the bacterial and/or viral isolates are characterized, the antigen are propagated and finally the quality of the vaccine is determined. This quality control is performed in accordance to the European pharmacopoeia.

So please note the delivery periods for each order!

Contacts

Sales
Dr. Klaus Teich
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 794
teich@anicon.eu
Sales
Michael Nagel
Agricultural engineer
+49 172 / 832 60 07
nagel@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Carina Helmer
Certified Veterinary Specialist in Small Ruminants, DipECSRHM
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 798
helmer@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Juhle Buch
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 167
buch@anicon.eu

Cattle

AniCon Labor GmbH produces custom made bacterial and viral vaccines for farm livestock.

Custom made vaccines (CMVs) are produced from bacteria and/or viruses, which were isolated from diseased animals. This vaccine is specifically only to be used in animals of the farm the isolates has been isolated from or in animal which are reared and will be moved to this origin farm.

Big pharmaceutical companies often are not interested in going through extensive approval procedures or to proceed with existing approvals regarding vaccines for minor use ore minor species. Therefore custom made vaccines provide a solution if no commercial vaccines are available.

Pathogens could change over time in their antigenic characteristics. Therefore the protective efficiency of antigens in commercial vaccines possibly might decrease.

To achieve the best possible protective effect of a CMV it is important to continuously check the situation of pathogens in a flock for always being up to date with the composition of the vaccine. The production of CMVs requires an official approval of the laboratory, which is based on appropriate technical facilities and specific production procedures.

After successful isolation of pathogens, the isolates have to be further characterized (e.g. serotype, virulence factors). Selected pure isolates has to be propagated. In various steps the harvested isolates are finally processed into a vaccine.

One of those steps includes the addition of an adjuvant to stimulate the immune response of the vaccinated animal. We routinely use aluminium hydroxide for aqueous vaccines, incomplete Freund’sches adjuvans for water-in-oil-vaccines and commercial oil-in-water adjuvants.

CMVs are always inactivated, they do not contain pathogens which are able to propagate. Normally they are parenterally injected, that means application to each individual animal.

As CMVs are produced individually for each request, we needs approximately 4 – 6 weeks (bacterial vaccines) or 6 – 8 weeks (viral vaccines/combinations of viral and bacterial pathogens) from the placed order to delivery of the vaccine. During this period for each request, the bacterial and/or viral isolates are characterized, the antigen are propagated and finally the quality of the vaccine is determined. This quality control is performed in accordance to the European pharmacopoeia.

So please note the delivery periods for each order!

Contacts

Sales
Dr. Klaus Teich
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 794
teich@anicon.eu
Sales
Michael Nagel
Agricultural engineer
+49 172 / 832 60 07
nagel@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Carina Helmer
Certified Veterinary Specialist in Small Ruminants, DipECSRHM
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 798
helmer@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Juhle Buch
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 167
buch@anicon.eu

Sheep & Goat

AniCon Labor GmbH produces custom made bacterial and viral vaccines for farm livestock.

Custom made vaccines (CMVs) are produced from bacteria and/or viruses, which were isolated from diseased animals. This vaccine is specifically only to be used in animals of the farm the isolates has been isolated from or in animal which are reared and will be moved to this origin farm.

Big pharmaceutical companies often are not interested in going through extensive approval procedures or to proceed with existing approvals regarding vaccines for minor use ore minor species. Therefore custom made vaccines provide a solution if no commercial vaccines are available.

Pathogens could change over time in their antigenic characteristics. Therefore the protective efficiency of antigens in commercial vaccines possibly might decrease.

To achieve the best possible protective effect of a CMV it is important to continuously check the situation of pathogens in a flock for always being up to date with the composition of the vaccine. The production of CMVs requires an official approval of the laboratory, which is based on appropriate technical facilities and specific production procedures.

After successful isolation of pathogens, the isolates have to be further characterized (e.g. serotype, virulence factors). Selected pure isolates has to be propagated. In various steps the harvested isolates are finally processed into a vaccine.

One of those steps includes the addition of an adjuvant to stimulate the immune response of the vaccinated animal. We routinely use aluminium hydroxide for aqueous vaccines, incomplete Freund’sches adjuvans for water-in-oil-vaccines and commercial oil-in-water adjuvants.

CMVs are always inactivated, they do not contain pathogens which are able to propagate. Normally they are parenterally injected, that means application to each individual animal.

As CMVs are produced individually for each request, we needs approximately 4 – 6 weeks (bacterial vaccines) or 6 – 8 weeks (viral vaccines/combinations of viral and bacterial pathogens) from the placed order to delivery of the vaccine. During this period for each request, the bacterial and/or viral isolates are characterized, the antigen are propagated and finally the quality of the vaccine is determined. This quality control is performed in accordance to the European pharmacopoeia.

So please note the delivery periods for each order!

Contacts

Sales
Dr. Klaus Teich
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 794
teich@anicon.eu
Consultation
Dr. Carina Helmer
Certified Veterinary Specialist in Small Ruminants, DipECSRHM
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 798
helmer@anicon.eu

Fish

AniCon Labor GmbH produces custom made bacterial and viral vaccines for farm livestock.

Custom made vaccines (CMVs) are produced from bacteria and/or viruses, which were isolated from diseased animals. This vaccine is specifically only to be used in animals of the farm the isolates has been isolated from or in animal which are reared and will be moved to this origin farm.

Big pharmaceutical companies often are not interested in going through extensive approval procedures or to proceed with existing approvals regarding vaccines for minor use ore minor species. Therefore custom made vaccines provide a solution if no commercial vaccines are available.

Pathogens could change over time in their antigenic characteristics. Therefore the protective efficiency of antigens in commercial vaccines possibly might decrease.

To achieve the best possible protective effect of a CMV it is important to continuously check the situation of pathogens in a flock for always being up to date with the composition of the vaccine. The production of CMVs requires an official approval of the laboratory, which is based on appropriate technical facilities and specific production procedures.

After successful isolation of pathogens, the isolates have to be further characterized (e.g. serotype, virulence factors). Selected pure isolates has to be propagated. In various steps the harvested isolates are finally processed into a vaccine.

One of those steps includes the addition of an adjuvant to stimulate the immune response of the vaccinated animal. We routinely use aluminium hydroxide for aqueous vaccines, incomplete Freund’sches adjuvans for water-in-oil-vaccines and commercial oil-in-water adjuvants.

CMVs are always inactivated, they do not contain pathogens which are able to propagate. Normally they are parenterally injected, that means application to each individual animal.

As CMVs are produced individually for each request, we needs approximately 4 – 6 weeks (bacterial vaccines) or 6 – 8 weeks (viral vaccines/combinations of viral and bacterial pathogens) from the placed order to delivery of the vaccine. During this period for each request, the bacterial and/or viral isolates are characterized, the antigen are propagated and finally the quality of the vaccine is determined. This quality control is performed in accordance to the European pharmacopoeia.

So please note the delivery periods for each order!

Contacts

Sales
Dr. Klaus Teich
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 794
teich@anicon.eu
Consultation
Christiane Hundehege
Veterinarian
+49 44 73 / 94 38 - 165
hundehege@anicon.eu