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Sequential changes in the humoral immune response of pigs to pseudorabies virus after vaccination, exposure to virulent virus, and reactivation of latent virus



Sequential changes in the humoral immune response of pigs to pseudorabies virus after vaccination, exposure to virulent virus, and reactivation of latent virus



Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 2(1): 35-43



Sequential changes in the humoral immune response of pigs to pseudorabies virus (PRV) after each of several exposures to the virus were evaluated by determining virus neutralization (VN) and radioimmunoprecipitation (RIP) activities of sera collected at selected intervals. Pigs were vaccinated intramuscularly with live attenuated virus (6 pigs), inactivated attenuated virus (6 pigs), or inactivated virulent virus (6 pigs).

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PMID: 1965299

DOI: 10.1177/104063879000200107



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