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The use of J-5 E. coli common core antigens in controlling bovine endotoxemic disease


, : The use of J-5 E. coli common core antigens in controlling bovine endotoxemic disease. Proceedings of the Annual Convention, American Association of Bovine Practitioners 26: 159-161

Core antigen prepared from mutant E. coli strain J5 was injected s.c. into 15 cows 50-60 days before calving, repeated 2-3 weeks before calving. Culture of E. coli O111:B4 was introduced into one udder quarter of the vaccinated cows and 5 unvaccinated cows 1-2 months after calving.

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