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Brucellosis. Practical conclusions from brucellosis vaccine testing carried out by the French Ministry of Agriculture

Brucellosis. Practical conclusions from brucellosis vaccine testing carried out by the French Ministry of Agriculture

Bulletin Mensuel de la Societe Veterinaire Pratique de France 57(5): 229-236

The relative merits of three brucellosis vaccines, made from strains H38, 45/20 and B19, are briefly discussed. The greatest protection was afforded by a double vaccination with the H38 strain.

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