Sow vaccination modulates the colonization of piglets by Haemophilus parasuis

Strona główna Wiedza Sow vaccination modulates the colonization of piglets by Haemophilus parasuis

Sow vaccination modulates the colonization of piglets by Haemophilus parasuis

Haemophilus parasuis is the etiologic agent of Glässer’s disease in pigs and a colonizer of the upper respiratory tract of healthy pigs. A good balance between colonization and immunity is important to avoid a disease outbreak. This work studied the colonization of H. parasuis in healthy piglets coming from vaccinated and non-vaccinated sows.

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Veterinary Microbiology (2010)

Autorzy

Cerdà-Cuéllar, M.; Naranjo, J. F.; Verge, A.; Nofrarías, M.; Cortey, M.; Olvera, A.; Segalés, J.; Aragón, V.

Streszczenie

These results indicate that vaccination of sows in a farm delays the colonization of piglets and reduces the carriage and heterogeneity of H. parasuis strains.

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