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Cunipest: a Polish vaccine against viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits



Cunipest: a Polish vaccine against viral haemorrhagic disease of rabbits



Medycyna Weterynaryjna 45(9-10): 519-521



One of five batches of the vaccine, containing purified, inactivated strain SGM and aluminium adjuvant, administered, s.c. or i.m. at 1-4 ml to experimental rabbits caused excessive local reactions lasting 5 days. The remaining four batches showed no adverse side effects in 29 rabbits. Sixty six immunised rabbits challenged after 15 days i.m. and intranasally with a lyophilised SGM with proven virulence remained healthy, while 14 of 31 non-vaccinated controls died within 36-48 hours.

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