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Humoral factors of immunity in animals vaccinated against Theileria of animals



Humoral factors of immunity in animals vaccinated against Theileria of animals



Trudy Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Eksperimental' noi Veterinarii Voprosy obshchei patologii i fiziologii sel' skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh 52: 34-36



Theileria culture vaccine was used on 62 calves aged 6 to 7 months and the animals were then tested by slow complement fixation every 5 days for 2 months and every 15 to 20 days for 16 months. Average titres of 1:40 appeared 15 to 20 days after vaccination, reached maximum levels of 1:80 to 1:320 by day 20 to 25, started to decrease from day 35 to 50, falling to 1:40 to 1:20 by day 80 to 85, and remained at that level for 10 to 14 months in most animals.

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