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Relationship between negative skin test with Johnin after vaccination and post mortem findings

, : Relationship between negative skin test with Johnin after vaccination and post mortem findings. Veterinary Record 132(2): 38-39

176 cattle, vaccinated against paratuberculosis in the first month of life with a whole-cell inactivated vaccine, containing Mycobacterium paratuberclosis suspended in a water/oil emulsion, were tested with intradermal Johnin between the ages of 5 and 14 months.

Accession: 002477887

PMID: 8442335

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