Duration of the protective immunity against porcine parvovirus infection after vaccination of sows using a new bivalent parvovirus and erysipelas vaccine

知識 Duration of the protective immunity against porcine parvovirus infection after vaccination of sows using a new bivalent parvovirus and erysipelas vaccine

Duration of the protective immunity against porcine parvovirus infection after vaccination of sows using a new bivalent parvovirus and erysipelas vaccine

The aim of this study was to assess the duration of the protective immunity in naïve young breeding stock to porcine parvovirus conferred by a new inactivated bivalent vaccine against PPV and E. rhusiopathiae in pigs. The study design sought to test the “prime-boost immunization strategy” by means of an experimental infection in sows during the second gestation.

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ESPHM Congress, 2014

Authors

Fontseca, M.; Muñoz, J.; Roca, M.; Camprodon, A.; March, R.; Sitjà, M.

Summary

The regime of vaccination (primary and revaccination schemes) effectively protects the animals from transplacental infection caused by PPV.

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