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Studies on an attenuated live virus vaccine for transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE) of pigs. III. Field trials of experimental live vaccine



Studies on an attenuated live virus vaccine for transmissible gastroenteritis (TGE) of pigs. III. Field trials of experimental live vaccine



Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Korea Livestock and Veterinary 24: 154-160



The aim was to produce an experimental TGE live virus vaccine using the 40 serial-passage Pyungtaik strain (P-40) of TGE virus and to evaluate its safety and immunogenicity in pigs. A field trial of the vaccine was performed. The vaccine had 105.5 TCID50/ml of viral infectivity after lyophilization, and was free from porcine parvovirus, Japanese encephalitis virus, swine fever virus and any other CPE inducing agents.

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