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Influence of immunization of sows with O149 and K88 E. coli antigens on the antibody content and anti-enteropathogenic activity of colostral immunoglobulins



Influence of immunization of sows with O149 and K88 E. coli antigens on the antibody content and anti-enteropathogenic activity of colostral immunoglobulins



Rozprawy, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej we Wroclawiu (38): 44



Colostrum samples were collected within 15 hours after farrowing from 20 sows immunized by mouth 14 days before farrowing with 1010 live Escherichia coli O149:K91,K88ac:H10 cells given daily for 4 days and repeated after a 3-day interval. Similar samples were obtained from 20 sows inoculated with inactivated autovaccine prepared from the same serotype and 34 immunized controls.

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