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Number: 424/817
Name: Drug, bio-affecting and body treating compositions > Viral vaccine for fish
Description: Subject matter involving a viral vaccine designated for use in fish.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8420072 Vaccination of sex reversed hybrid tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus x O. aureus) with an inactivated Vibrio vulnificus vaccine Apr. 16, 2013
7740864 Vaccines for diseases of fish Jun. 22, 2010
6908616 Antigenic proteins of shrimp white spot syndrome virus and uses thereof Jun. 21, 2005
6322793 Channel catfish virus vaccine Nov. 27, 2001
6180614 DNA based vaccination of fish Jan. 30, 2001
5780448 DNA-based vaccination of fish Jul. 14, 1998
5525353 Ambient temperature-processed aquatic animal feed and process for making same Jun. 11, 1996
5354555 Vaccine to control the viral infection of fish Oct. 11, 1994
5165925 Vaccine for immunizing fish against infectious pancreatic necrosis virus Nov. 24, 1992
4333922 Method for the treatment of water-living animals with health modifying agents Jun. 8, 1982
4009259 Immersion method for treating aquatic animals Feb. 22, 1977











 
 
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