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Development of Injectable and Oral Contraceptive Technologies and Their Assessment for Wildlife Population and Disease Management

PROJECT GOALS: Develop acceptable reagents and methods for fertility control that can be used to manage wildlife species and that are suitable for practical delivery (e.g. in baits), and meet stakeholder management needs for efficacy and cost-effectiveness.

Objective 1: Vaccine Development

Objective 2: Target oocyte depletion using direct acting reagents.

Objective 3: Delivery of fertility control reagents.

Objective 4: Develop a communications strategy to ensure stakeholders/end-users, regulatory agencies, collaborators, the public and fellow NWRC staff are kept informed of project activities

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Last Modified: September 27, 2013