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Colostral and milk antibody titers in cows vaccinated with a modified live-rotavirus-coronavirus vaccine

Colostral and milk antibody titers in cows vaccinated with a modified live-rotavirus-coronavirus vaccine

Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 181(5): 486-488

15 heifers were injected intramuscularly with a modified live rotavirus-coronavirus vaccine 4-11 wk before calving and again 22 days later. Colostrum samples were collected from these and 15 unvaccinated heifers before they were suckled, and milk samples were collected 3 and 7 days after calving. Rotavirus (RV) and coronavirus (CV) antibody titres in colostral and milk whey were not significantly higher in vaccinated than in unvaccinated heifers.

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