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Protective role of maternal antibodies against Haemophilus parasuis infection



Protective role of maternal antibodies against Haemophilus parasuis infection



American Journal of Veterinary Research 60(1): 81-87



The impact of maternal antibodies after challenge exposure of baby pigs with a homologous serovar of H. parasuis was evaluated in 7 gilts and their litters from a high health status farm. Gilts were vaccinated twice with a commercial bacterin that contained H. parasuis serovar 4 and 5 or, as a control, adjuvant only. A group of pigs was also vaccinated similarly before challenge exposure.

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