Serological behaviour of an inactivated vaccine against salmonella enteritidis and typhimurium with a commercial ELISA kit

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Serological behaviour of an inactivated vaccine against salmonella enteritidis and typhimurium with a commercial ELISA kit

The objective of this study was to determine the serological behaviour of a commercial product, an inactivated vaccine against Salmonella enteritidis (SE) and typhimurium (ST) in an injectable emulsion, with a commercial ELlSA kit, Salmonella Group D Antibody test kit, Biochek (Holland), using the vaccine in different vaccination programmes against Salmonella enteritidis.

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WVPA Congress, 2017

Date

Sep 28, 2017

Authors

Corella, J. S.; Molinero, A.; Cesco, M. A.; Soares, L. M.

Summary

The use of the 2 inactivated vaccines can be an advantage in avoiding possible failures of vaccination as well as obtaining a better average titre of antibodies. The use of a single dose of inactivated vaccine may pose a risk to the homogeneity of the level of seroconversion of the birds

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