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Lactogenic immunity in transmissible gastroenteritis of swine: pregnant sows sensitized with inactivated virus and then vaccinated intramuscularly with live attenuated virus



Lactogenic immunity in transmissible gastroenteritis of swine: pregnant sows sensitized with inactivated virus and then vaccinated intramuscularly with live attenuated virus



Journal of the Chinese Society of Veterinary Science 7(2): 145-152



Five pregnant sows were sensitized by an i/m inoculation of an inactivated virus and then immunized with an attenuated live virus. Their piglets and piglets from 4 unvaccinated sows were challenged with virulent TGE virus when 3 days old. All piglets developed diarrhoea; 48% of piglets from immunized sows died while 91% of those from control sows died. Immunized sows had high levels of antibody in serum and colostrum, but levels in milk decreased rapidly after parturition.

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