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Swine fever: duration of immunity in sows vaccinated with the Thiverval strain under field conditions



Swine fever: duration of immunity in sows vaccinated with the Thiverval strain under field conditions



Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire 153(5): 349-352



Five sows were vaccinated i/m with a single dose (1 X 104 plaque forming units) of Thiverval strain vaccine in order to study the duration of immunity conferred under field conditions, as determined by the serum neutralization test over 48 months. Three of the sows exhibited a neutralization index more than or equal to 5 for 27-30 months while the other two showed a similar index for 37 and 48 months, respectively.

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