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Induction of antibodies to glycoprotein I in pigs exposed to different doses of a mildly virulent strain of Aujeszky's disease virus



Induction of antibodies to glycoprotein I in pigs exposed to different doses of a mildly virulent strain of Aujeszky's disease virus



Veterinary Record 122(25): 599-603



It has recently been shown that the antibody response to glycoprotein I (gI) of Aujeszky's disease virus can be used to distinguish infected from vaccinated pigs. To examine whether pigs exposed to low doses of a mildly virulent strain of Aujeszky's disease virus produce antibody to gI four groups of four pigs were inoculated intranasally with 10, 10superscript 2, 10superscript 3 or 104 plaque forming units (PFU) of the Sterksel strain.

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