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MarketVIEW: Veterinary Vaccines

MarketVIEW: Veterinary vaccines

Veterinary vaccines are a fast growing component of the overall animal health market which itself was worth approximately $24bn/yr in 2013. Key segments are vaccines for companion animals such as the canine and feline markets along with livestock, pigs and poultry. Veterinary vaccines are attractive commercially due to population growth and an increased demand for animal protein as a food source especially driven by emerging markets. In the West, where animal companionship is high, an aging population calls for increased health and well-being of pets where vaccines comprise of around half of total veterinary vaccine market value. A continued threat from zoonoses, which are estimated to affect 14 million people annually, and market attractiveness drive an active research and development pipeline in veterinary vaccines. The top four market players Merck & Co, Zoetis, Merial (Sanofi-Aventis) and Vetmedica comprise around 70% of total veterinary vaccine sales.

This MarketVIEW product is a comprehensive overview report covering the veterinary vaccines sector. It provides an in depth view of up to date key disease, product, market and research parameters in the field. It will form an introductory product to VacZine Analyticsbrand new drive into the Veterinary vaccines sector starting 2015. 


Executive summary
Selected key diseases of livestock: disease, epidemiology and vaccines
Important livestock diseases
Foot and mouth disease (FMD)
FMD – epidemiology
FMD – vaccines
Bluetongue
Bluetongue – epidemiology
Bluetongue – vaccines
Johne’s disease
Johne’s disease (paratuberculosis) – epidemiology and vaccine
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS)
PRRS – epidemiology and vaccines
Porcine epidemic diarrhoea (PEDv)
Swine influenza
Swine influenza – vaccines
Avian influenza
Avian influenza –vaccines
Rabies
Rabies – countries and areas at risk
Rabies – vaccines
Horses: major diseases
Equine diseases and vaccines
Equine viral encephalomyelitis
EEEV – distribution in the US over time
WNV – equine cases in the US over time
Equine encephalitis – vaccines
Selected key diseases of companion animals: disease, epidemiology and vaccines
Important diseases for companion animal
RSPCA and WSAVA guidelines
WSAVA canine vaccination guidelines – core vaccines
WSAVA canine vaccination guidelines – non-core vaccines (abbreviated)
Core canine diseases
Core diseases: canine distemper virus and vaccines
Core diseases: canine adenovirus and vaccines
Core diseases: rabies and vaccines
Non-core canine diseases
WSAVA feline vaccination guidelines – core vaccines
WSAVA feline vaccination guidelines – non-core vaccines (abbreviated)
Core diseases: panleukopenia virus (parvovirus)
Core diseases: feline herpesvirus-1 (also called feline viral rhinotracheitis)
Core diseases: feline calicivirus
Non-core feline diseases
Principles of vaccinating animals
Benefits of vaccinating livestock
Comparison of development of veterinary vaccines with human vaccines
Approaches to vaccinating animals
Approaches to veterinary viral diseases
Approaches to viral diseases – types of vaccine (1)
Approaches to viral diseases – types of vaccine (2)
Approaches to bacterial diseases
Approaches to parasitic diseases
Practicalities of vaccinating animals
Animal vaccine segments and key products
Which animals will be covered in this analysis?
Livestock: vaccines available
Cattle – inactivated bacterial vaccines available in the UK
Cattle – inactivated bacterial and viral vaccines available in the UK
Cattle –inactivated viral vaccines available in the UK
Cattle – other vaccines available in the UK
Pigs – inactivated bacterial vaccines available in the UK
Pigs – inactivated bacterial and viral vaccines available in the UK
Pigs – live bacterial and viral vaccines available in the UK
Sheep – inactivated bacterial vaccines available in the UK
Sheep – inactivated viral vaccines available in the UK
Sheep – live bacterial, parasitic and viral vaccines available in the UK
Poultry – diseases and vaccines
Trout and salmon – diseases and vaccines
Livestock vaccines available in the EU
Veterinary vaccines market: commercial value, segments, dynamics
The animal health market
Why is the animal health market so buoyant?
Segmentation of the animal health market, 2010
Snapshot of UK animal health market
Global veterinary vaccines value and forecast
Geographical and market segmentation of veterinary vaccines
Veterinary vaccines: regional growth drivers
Veterinary vaccines: segment growth drivers
Top 10 animal health companies by 2013 revenue
Market share of veterinary vaccines by companies
Example vaccines from the main species segment
Animal vaccine manufacturers Company profiles and value
Zoetis – company profile
Zoetis financial report and key vaccines
Merck Animal Health – company profile
Merck Animal Health sales breakdown 2011 and vaccine portfolio
Merial – company profile
Merial sales breakdown 2013 and key vaccines
Elanco – company profile
Elanco financial breakdown and vaccines
Bayer Animal Health – profile
Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health – profile
Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health vaccines
Novartis Animal Health – profile
Virbac SA – company profile
Ceva Sante Animale – profile
Vetoquinol – profile
Research and development: Drivers, directions and pipeline analyses
Key drivers for innovation
Need to update/improve existing vaccines
Need to develop vaccines for completely new diseases
Need to maintain disease-free status to allow trade
Reduce spread of zoonotic diseases to humans by vaccination
Research and development in the veterinary vaccines industry is active – recent vaccine approvals
Industrial research and development
Public sector research and development – selected stories
Case study: New contraceptive vaccines
Case study: New approaches to PRRS
References
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