Correlation of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae detection with gross and microscopic lung lesions in a farm between vaccinated and non-vaccinated pigs

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Correlation of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae detection with gross and microscopic lung lesions in a farm between vaccinated and non-vaccinated pigs

The objective of this study was to correlate Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyopneumoniae) detection with presence of enzootic pneumonia (EP) gross and microscopic lung lesions in pigs vaccinated with two different protocols.

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IPVS Congress, 2006

Authors

Sibila, M.; Nofrarías, M.; López-Soria, S.; Segalés, J.; Valero, O.; Espinal, J.; Riera, P.; Llopart, D.; Calsamiglia, M.

Summary

Under the conditions of this field study, the use of a double vaccination protocol to M. hyopneumoniae was the most efficient one in reducing EP suggestive lesions at slaughter.

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