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Protective effects of colostral antibodies to Br abortus on strain 19 vaccination and field injection


Protective effects of colostral antibodies to Br abortus on strain 19 vaccination and field injection



Veterinary Record 101(26-27): 521-524



ISSN/ISBN: 0042-4900

PMID: 415406

Calves that received no colostral antibodies against Brucella abortus could respond to strain 19 (S19) vaccination as early as the 1st day of life, but the presence of such antibodies could completely suppress the response to S19 vaccination.

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