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A novel concept for the control of Aujeszky's disease: experiences in two vaccinated pig herds

A novel concept for the control of Aujeszky's disease: experiences in two vaccinated pig herds

Veterinary Record 126(7): 159-163

A study was conducted to examine the usefulness of a glycoprotein I (gI)-ELISA to monitor Aujeszky's virus infection in two vaccinated pig herds; the gI-ELISA can differentiate between pigs infected with Aujeszky's disease virus and pigs vaccinated against Anjeszky"s disease with gI-negative vaccines. The two herds had been vaccinated with gI-negative vaccines for several years.

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