Protection of chickens against a broad range of Salmonella serotypes by the use of colonization-inhibition attenuated strains with defined living attenuated strains

01 February 2010 → 31 January 2014
Federal funding: various
Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Animal biology
    • Microbiology
    • Systems biology
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Laboratory medicine
    • Microbiology
    • Laboratory medicine
    • Laboratory medicine
    • Microbiology
  • Agricultural and food sciences
    • Agricultural animal production
    • Veterinary medicine
    • Other veterinary sciences
    • Other agricultural, veterinary and food sciences
salmonella chicken colonization-inhibition
Project description

The aim of the project is to create live attenuated Salmonella strains, which protect broiler chickens after oral administration against colonization by Salmonella. These colonization-inhibition (CI) strains are produced by introducing mutations into the genome so these strains can no longer persist in the broiler, while maintaining protection against colonization.