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Field trial of a live, modified virus for vaccinating pigs against Aujeszky's disease

Field trial of a live, modified virus for vaccinating pigs against Aujeszky's disease

Contribution a l' etude de la vaccination sur le terrain contre la maladie d' Aujeszky a l' aide d' une souche de virus vivant modifiee: 60

400 sows of 4 herds (free from the disease) were inoculated with the Alfort 26 strain of Aujeszky virus. A second dose was injected at a variable time after the first, in many cases 3 weeks before farrowing.

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