Completed Coordinated Research Projects

Genetic Variation on the Control of Resistance to Infectious Diseases in Small Ruminants for Improving Animal Productivity
The Use of Enzymes and Nuclear Technologies to Improve the Utilization of Fibrous Feeds and Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emission from Livestock
Development of Molecular and Nuclear Technologies for the Control of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD)
The Use of Irradiated Vaccines in the Control of Infectious Transboundary Diseases of Livestock
The Early and Rapid Diagnosis of Transboundary Animal Diseases such as Avian Influenza
Veterinary Surveillance of Rift Valley Fever
Gene-based Technologies in Livestock Breeding: Phase 1 - Characterization of Small Ruminant Genetic Resources in Asia
The Early and Sensitive Diagnosis and Control of Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR)
Development and Use of Rumen Molecular Techniques for Predicting and Enhancing Productivity
Integrated Approach for Improving Small Scale Market Oriented Dairy Systems
The Development of Strategies for the Effective Monitoring of Veterinary Drug Residues in Livestock and Livestock Products in Developing Countries
Use of Nuclear and Colorimetric Techniques for Measuring Microbial Protein Supply from Local Feed Resources in Ruminant Animals
Use of Nuclear and Related Techniques to Develop Simple Tannin Assays for Predicting and Improving the Safety and Efficiency of Feeding Ruminants on Tanniniferous Tree Foliage
Developing, Validating and Standardizing Methodologies for the Use of PCR and PCR-ELISA in the Diagnosis and Monitoring of Control and Eradication Programmes for Trypanososmosis
Use of Non-structural Protein of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus (FMDV) to Differentiate Between Vaccinated and Infected Animals
Assessment of the Effectiveness of Vaccination Strategies against Newcastle Disease and Gumboro Disease Using Immunoassay-based Technologies for Increasing Farmyard Poultry Production in Africa
The Monitoring of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia Control Programmes in Africa Using Enzyme Immunoassays
Standardized Methods for Using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Related Molecular Technologies for Rapid and Improved Animal Disease Diagnosis

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