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Recent results of experimental immunization against Salmonella typhimurium.



Recent results of experimental immunization against Salmonella typhimurium.



Tagung der Fachgruppe Bakteriologie, Schloss Rauischolzhausen bei Marburg, 23-25 Mai 1984: 14-30



Live vaccine prepared from the Gal-E mutant, or vaccine inactivated by heat or formaldehyde was added once daily to the milk substitute of 3-week-old calves, or sprayed into the nose from a syringe. Challenge infection was carried out 3 weeks from the start of immunization by adding S. typhimurium to the milk substitute. The live vaccine needed high dosage to be effective, and such doses were not safe to use.

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