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Colostral immunity reduces the effectiveness of immunization of newborn piglets with inactivated Aujeszky's vaccine

Colostral immunity reduces the effectiveness of immunization of newborn piglets with inactivated Aujeszky's vaccine

Tierarztliche Umschau 36(8): 523-524, 526-528

Piglets acquired neutralizing antibodies through the colostrum from sows vaccinated with the Aujeszky disease oil vaccine. Most piglets were protected by 3 weeks of age against infection with virulent virus. The virus was, however, isolated from the tonsils of these piglets for at least 19 days after infection. Colostral immunity prevented the formation of neutralizing antibodies in piglets vaccinated at 1, 2 or 3 weeks of age.

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