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Efficacy of reduced dose in vaccination of adult cattle in herds infected with brucellosis



Efficacy of reduced dose in vaccination of adult cattle in herds infected with brucellosis



Networking in brucellosis research Report of the United Nations University Brucellosis Research Network: 97-105



468 females more than 1 year old, in three herds (A, B and C) infected with brucellosis were chosen in order to develop a field work directed to determine the efficiency of 2 reduced doses of Brucella abortus strain 19 on adult cows where the reactors were not eliminated; 3 x 109 and 3 x 108 organisms were applied at the rate of 2 ml per animal by the s.c. route. Herds A and B were chosen for treatment and herd C as control.

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