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Identification of anti-A+M and anti-R antibodies in cattle vaccinated with rough strain Brucella abortus



Identification of anti-A+M and anti-R antibodies in cattle vaccinated with rough strain Brucella abortus



Veterinary Record 101(3): 56-57



Fourteen unvaccinated cows from a brucellosis-free herd, and free from antibodies to A+M agglutinogens or R antigen, were given two i/m doses of K45/20 adjuvant vaccine two weeks apart. All 14 developed anti-R antibodies, and five also anti-A+M antibodies.

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