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Immunity of sows and piglets against transmissible gastroenteritis of pigs

Immunity of sows and piglets against transmissible gastroenteritis of pigs

Acta Veterinaria, Brno 40(Suppl.2): 69-74

Low antibody titres were detected in half or naturally infected sows 16 days after infection. Titres reached a peak 35 days after infection, and began to fall a month later, either slowly (remaining high for 9 months), or abruptly. Some sows developed low titres (1:32 or less), and their litters were susceptible to TGE. Half the litters from two sows, on non-immune and one with a titre of 1:512, were exchanged 60 hours after parturition.

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