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Experiences with A gl-/TK- modified live pseudorabies virus vaccine: strain Begonia



Experiences with A gl-/TK- modified live pseudorabies virus vaccine: strain Begonia



Vaccination and control of Aujeszky' s Disease: 37-44



A live Aujeszky virus vaccine was designed that pairs a high immunogenicity with avirulence. Using this vaccine also enabled differentiation, by a serological assay, between infected or vaccinated pigs. This report highlights the results on efficacy and safety of the (gl-/TK-) pseudorabies virus vaccine strain Begonia. The strain Begonia has been shown to be safe for pigs of all ages (including pregnant sows), for other farm animals and for pet animals.

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