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Effect of atrophic rhinitis vaccines on the reaction of pigs to serological tests for brucellosis


, : Effect of atrophic rhinitis vaccines on the reaction of pigs to serological tests for brucellosis. Veterinary Record 117(7): 150-150

Vaccination of pigs with two vaccines prepared from Bordetella bronchiseptica (one containing Pasteurella multocida as well) did not interfere with the serological diagnosis.


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PMID: 4049708

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