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Protection against swine dysentery with an inactivated Treponema hyodysenteriae bacterin

Protection against swine dysentery with an inactivated Treponema hyodysenteriae bacterin

Veterinary Medicine 80(7): 80, 82-86

Two doses of formalin-inactivated T. hyodysenteriae strain B-204 vaccine, containing a commercial adjuvant, were given three weeks apart, to 105 weaned SPF pigs. Two weeks after the second injection the pigs and 36 controls were challenged with either B-204 or B234 strains of virulent T. hyodysenteriae. Dysentery developed in 25 (24%) of vaccinated pigs and 25 (70%) of controls, and 7 controls died while no vaccinated pigs did.

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